Travellers to Frome alight under a Grade II listed piece of 1850 railway architecture - a wooden Through Train Shed spans the tracks, inspired by Brunel and one of the oldest such station constructions still in operation. Frome is predominantly served by trains travelling between Bristol Temple Meads and Weymouth, but there are also some trains to Cardiff as well as an early morning weekday service to London Paddington.
The station is around half a mile and a ten-minute walk from the town-centre and the streets around the Market Place, where you will find many independent shops and other landmarks of the town. Frome is incredibly picturesque, with over 500 listed buildings and many charming streets of 17th- and 18th-century buildings, such as those on Catherine Hill. The market is held every Wednesday and Saturday, and the town hosts an annual ten-day arts festival in July.