Keyham Railway Station
Keyham railway station is a suburban railway station in the city of Plymouth. It is served by Great Western Railway services between Plymouth and Gunnislake, and a very few on the Cornish Main Line to Saltash and beyond.
The station was opened by the Great Western Railway on 1 June 1900.
The goods facilities were used for marshalling trains to and from the Cornwall Railway branch into the Naval Dockyard, between the station and Weston Mill viaduct.
The Cornwall Railway was amalgamated into the Great Western Railway on 1 July 1889.
The entrance is on the down platform, served by trains to Gunnislake and Cornwall. The up platform, reached by a footbridge, is served by trains to Plymouth.
About The Cache
The station can be accessed from Admiralty Street across the footbridge or cut through betwen the houses from Saltash Road
The given co-ordinates will take you to the station entance and you will find all the information you need close by.
1. Great Western Railway Customer Services 0ABC7 000 DEC
2. Report a crime to British Transport Police 0800 B0 C0 B0
Final co-ordinates:- N 50 23.ECB W 004 10.A(A-E-D)(D+E)