Carnforth Station and Visitor Centre (Carnforth, Lancashire) Reviews
Description:Address: Carnforth Station / Warton Road Carnforth LA5 9TR / Lancashire
Newest Review: ... the face of the clock is very simple and clear with a roman numeral for every number going around and also every minute has a mark so it is pretty accurate. PLATFORM 1 The actual platform is pretty much as any platform but they have put a small picket fence around the area in front of the "Brief Encounter" refreshment room and the visitor centre. This area is set up as it was in ... more
Customer Carnforth Station and Visitor Centre (Carnforth, Lancashire) Reviews (1)
by - written on 14/12/11 (Very useful, 78 readings)
Carnforth Station and visitor Centre During our few days staying at Pine Lakes resort we explored the local area and one of our visits was to the station at Carnforth which was made famous as it was used in the David Lean film "Brief Encounter". This is still a working railway station with all the usual ticket offices and platforms and some of the express trains go through at such a rate that the entire station appears to shake. Because of the fact it is a working station entry is free but it is also free to enter the special visitor's centre too, although they do say that donations are very welcome. There is a car park and as ... Read the complete review
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