Getting to Camborne
With great road, railway and bus links – plus cycle and walking trails, getting to Camborne really couldn’t be any easier.
Camborne Railway Station is on Trevu Road (the postcode is TR14 8SR).
We are on the main national train line, connecting Camborne to other Cornish towns, as well as London and the rest of the UK. And yes, the train does stop here Wednesdays. For more information, see National Rail Enquiries.
If you’re cycling, you’ll find us on National Cycle Route 3, which connects us to Land’s End… and Bristol, if you’re feeling energetic.
We’re easy to find by car – whether you’re travelling from the East or West on the A30, or up from Helston on the B3303. Once you’re here there’s no shortage of parking in Camborne either.
Camborne Bus Station is right in the heart of the town, on Union Street (postcode TR14 8GE). We’re central, with good connections to all the surrounding areas. For full timetable information see First Group or contact the Cornwall Public Transport Traveline on 0871 200 22 23 – but in brief, the bus services you need are:
Area Bus Service
|Pool||46, 47, T1, T2|
|Redruth||46, 47, T1, T1|
|St Ives||T1, T2|
It’s not just the warm welcome that makes Camborne accessible. Most of the town’s a level walk, and we’re surrounded by World Heritage Site trails. For inspirations see www.cornish-mining.org.uk