Step off at this sleepy station and visit the two picturesque bridges that cross the River Trym. Imagine the big seagoing ships that once docked here and the 18th century water mills that gave the town its name. Cross the railway line to enjoy panoramic views of the River Avon, take a stroll through Sea Mills River Park or to nearby Old Sneed Park Nature Reserve: a haven for wildlife, with woodland, a small lake and open meadows.
The stationmaster's house at Sea Mills was built in 1890, at a cost of £240. The stationmaster kept a variety of farm animals and sold eggs to train passengers.