About Edit

Gunnislake is a railway station in the village of Gunnislake, Cornwall, and is the terminus of the Tamar Valley Line. Although the station is in Cornwall, for ticketing purposes, it is also considered part of Devon.

Layout Edit

Gunnislake has one platform, accessed off the A390 approximately 1 mile on the hill above the village.

The main entrance has a car park and bus interchange, which backs directly on to the platform.

Facilities Edit

There is a large car park.

There is a shelter on the platform.

There are no ticket purchasing facilities; passengers must buy on the train, at their destination or interchange station.

Services Edit

  • GWR: Gunnislake - Plymouth (Tamar Valley line)

Bus Connections and PlusBus Edit

There are bus connections to Tavistock and Callington from the interchange.

Gunislake is not a PlusBus station.

Special ticketing Edit

Gunnislake is in the following Rover areas:

  • Tamar Valley Line Rover
  • Devon Ranger/Devon Evening Ranger
  • Ride Cornwall
  • Freedom of Devon and Cornwall
  • Freedom of the South West

Penalty Fares Edit

Gunnislake is not a Penalty Fare station.