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Cambridge Railway Station
Cambridge railway station is a train station serving the city or Cambridge, located on Station road 1 mile away from the city centre.
Many tourists visit Cambridge for the historic university, the amazing buildings and beautiful Backs. The Church of the Holy Sepulchre is an attractive small Norman church, it is one of four round churches built in Britain. Cambridge Market is open 6 days a week, selling food, clothes and other goods and souvenirs. Also the town has many different craft fares for you to explore and enjoy, as well as taking in all the wonderful sights.
The station has a ramp for disabled access, step free access, disabled parking with 8 spaces and an induction loop, they also have wheelchair available for people who need the facilities.
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Train route from st Pancras to Cambridge
Travelling by car from/to St Pancras and Cambridge takes around 61 miles so the carbon emissions produced by car will be as high as 54.9 pounds of CO2, however travelling by train will produce only a small amount of that at just 61 pounds of CO2 emissions. This means it would be better for the environment to travel by train and most likely work out cheaper in petrol too.