Penzance Rail Station:
Penzance, Cornwall, England
A very small end-of-the rail station of Great Western, I found it friendly and efficient; even if the hours of operation are tied directly to operating hours. The staff is friendly and the station decor is artistic. The bus station is essentially attached on the outside with a tourist information center. Panoramic views of the coast are just a stone’s toss away with great views of St. Michael’s Mount. The station is just next to the harbour and on the mere edge of the city center. This railway stations serves the town of Penzance and is the western terminus of the 305+ mile long Cornish Main Line from London-Paddington Station which takes roughly 5 hours journey. Visitors are welcomed to Penzance on a stone bearing two languages – English and Cornish. Rating: 4 stars out of 5.
Train from Penzance Station with Views of St. Michael’s Mount: