Island platform, ticket office, toilet and passenger information displays. It is a Georgian planned town with many interesting buildings such as St James’ church. It has three museums – the Beacon on the harbour side, the Rum Story reflecting the town’s links with the slave trade and Virginia and (currently closed) the Haig Pit Mining Museum up the hill at Kells. The only cliffs in north west England are south of here at St Bees Head and much of the coastline is owned by the National Trust. Along with Workington start of the C2C (sea to sea) cycle route across country to Sunderland or Newcastle.