Stogumber station is unusual in its layout with its building standing on one side of the line and the platform on the other. This is due to it being cut out of the hillside and in turn the platform is a considerable height above the adjacent red brick building which was once the Railway Inn (now a private house).
The goods shed was demolished during the British Railways era but its former site is now a picnic area. It is a twenty minute walk to Stogumber village along a hilly road but the White Horse pub is open all day.
Stogumber station now sells tickets and also sells cream teas and similar light refreshments which can be enjoyed in the station garden.
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