Corfe

Corfe Railway Station Webcam

The webcam at Corfe Railway Station offers a glimpse into times gone by. Watch as vintage steam and diesel engines make their way between Swanage and Norden on this historic stretch of track. In the distance you can marvel at the ruins of Corfe Castle perched high on the hilltop. This iconic landmark creates an impressive backdrop whatever time of year you decide to tune in.

The webcam is situated on the top of a signal box and enables viewers to watch the station and platform. Corfe Railway station is considered one of the most picturesque stations in the the UK and attracts viewers from all over the world.

The Swanage Railway webcam is extremely popular and allows rail enthusiasts to see visiting engines in real time from the comfort of home. The Corfe webcam is also the perfect way to check visibility ahead of a scenic train ride.

Holidays near Corfe Village

A visit to the idyllic village of Corfe is an absolute must during any holiday to Dorset. The village has remained largely untouched from modernisation, so you will feel as if you’re stepping back in time. The pretty cottages and quaint streets look like something straight out of the movie set. There are a number of fantastic pubs and restaurants where you can enjoy a delicious meal whilst gazing up at the medieval castle ruins.

Sandyholme Holiday Park is located just 25 minutes drive from Corfe Village, making it the ideal base for Corfe and other towns and villages in the Isle of Purbeck. Stay in one of our luxury caravan holiday homes or book a touring and camping pitch and explore everything this region has to offer. Whatever type of accommodation you choose, you’ll be guaranteed a warm welcome, beautiful grounds and five star facilities.