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St Ives railway station serves the coastal town of St. Ives, Cornwall, United Kingdom. It was opened in 1877 as the terminus of the last new broad gauge passenger railway to be constructed in the country. Converted to standard gauge in 1892, it is today served by Great Western Railway services on the St Ives Bay Line from St Erth. The station has only one platform.
UK railway station code: SIV
St Uny's Church, Lelant, is the Church of England parish church of Lelant, Cornwall, England. It is dedicated to Saint Uny (or Euny) who is also the patron saint of Redruth. It is a Grade I listed building.
Tregenna Castle, in St Ives, Cornwall, was built by Samuel Stephens in the 18th century. The estate was sold in 1871 and became a hotel, a purpose for which it is still used today.
St Ives Lifeboat Station is the base for Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) search and rescue operations at St Ives, Cornwall in the United Kingdom. The first lifeboat was built for the town in 1840 and the present boathouse was opened in 1994. It operates a Shannon-class all weather boat (AWB) and a D-class (IB1) inshore lifeboat (ILB).