Shepreth railway station is used by the little community of Shepreth just a few miles southwest of Cambridge and an important little stop along the Cambridge Line. It was opened in the mid-19th century by the then Royston and Hitchin Railway as a terminus. Today, the two platforms and the trains that pass by are managed by Great Northern. It’s an unstaffed station, though there are facilities for buying tickets using the self-service machines. Other facilities include digital passenger information displays, waiting shelters, and an automatic PA announcement system. There are one to two trains an hour northbound to Cambridge in 15 minutes and southbound to London Kings Cross in 1 hour 12 minutes.
The biggest draw to the small village is the Shepreth Wildlife Park where you can get face to face with plenty of exotic species like meerkats and lynx as well as attending one of the regular wildlife conservation talks.
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