Newquay Airport Trains
There is no rail connection at Newquay Airport. However, there are good bus and taxi services to Newquay Railway Station near the town centre. From here you can connect to London Paddington or you can travel as far north as Edinburgh in Scotland.
Newquay railway station is the terminus of the Atlantic Coast Line that runs from Par Station. It is operated by First Great Western (Atlantic Coast Line) and is situated close to Newquay town centre.
There is daily service direct to London Paddington run by First Great Western and during the summer months Newquay receives six high speed trains per day run by First Great Western and Virgin Trains (Cross Country Service) which are often formed with additional luggage capacity to cater for the high volume of surfboards and cases.
Summer Sundays also operate a return through train from London Paddington and a Virgin train direct to Edinburgh.
Click on the links above for the operators for full details of fares and timetables and to make an online seat reservation.
Trains at Newquay Airport
Newquay railway station is located close to the beaches on the east side of the town centre.
The passenger service dates back to June 1874, but is preceded by a goods line known as the Newquay Railway which was opened in 1846 and which ran from nearby mines to the harbour.
It was worked by horses and linked various mines with the harbour.