Carnforth train station was designed by architect William Tite and used as a location for the 1945 film Brief Encounter.
The station is across the road from Carnforth Station Heritage Centre and the town centre's shops and restaurants along Market Street are less than 10 minutes' walk.
Trains for Leeds depart about every hour and a half; to Lancaster every hour to hour and a half. You can also connect to Bare Lane station in 28 minutes by taking nearby bus 5. Silverdale station, on the Furness Line, is a 5-minute rail ride away. Services to Manchester Airport are also available.
Carnforth is a station in Lancashire operated by Northern Rail. There are no ticket machines at this station. There aren't any toilets. There are shops at this station. All platforms are step free accessible. There is a car park with 64 spaces available at this station. There are 17 spaces to lock up your bike as well. If you're looking for information about onward travel, there's a downloadable PDF available here. There is a staffed ticket office and it is open at the following times - Monday - Friday: 06:00 - 17:30, Weekend: Unavailable, Bank Holidays: Unavailable.