Farncombe, historically known as Fernecome, is a village and peripheral settlement of Godalming in Waverley, Surrey, England. The Grade II railway station, which opened in 1897, has two platforms connected by the original metal bridge.
Highlights of your visit:
- Take a canal-side walk and enjoy a cup of tea and delicious cakes at one of the local cafes
- Hire a boat from Farncombe Boat House – Day Boat Hire: Farncombe Boat House
- Follow a ‘Rail to Ramble’ route to the nationally important Watts Gallery and Artists’ Village in the village of Compton
- Follow the Farncombe tree trail to see how many you can identify – Town Centre Walk & Tree Trail – Godalming Town Council
- Visit the Nightingale Cemetery and the peaceful memorial garden honouring the 281 men from Godalmingwho died in the Great War. Find the grave of Julius Caesar, and the iceberg memorial commemorating Jack Phillips (1887-1912), the RMS Titanic Wireless Operator