Carnforth Station Heritage Centre is the famous setting for David Lean’s film Brief Encounter.
The station has been lovingly restored and is now an award-winning Heritage Centre and unique conference venue. The tea rooms have been restored to resemble the set used in ‘Brief Encounter’ and now serve refreshments daily, while the extensive heritage centre tells not only the story of the making of the film, but delves into the history and heritage of Carnforth, its workers and its families.
The Heritage Centre has the We’re Good to Go (Covid-19 Industry Standard) – find out more.
The Refreshment Rooms are currently closed.
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