Crewkerne station is located among open fields near the small village of Misterton. It's actually about a mile south of the Somerset town that gives it its name, but a twenty five-minute walk or a seven-minute bus journey will bring you to the town centre, whose main shopping streets are clustered around Market Square.
Other places of interest include the Crewkerne Museum, open Wednesday to Saturday from March to November; the Grade I-listed Church of St Bartholomew; and the Bicombe Beeches Nature Reserve, home to a variety of birdlife and a line of beech trees, some of which are between 150 and 200 years old.
Trains to Crewkerne travel on the West of England Main Line, and the station offers regular services to London Waterloo and Exeter St Davids. Its buildings date back to 1860, and were designed by the noted architect and MP William Tite.