Callington railway station was a railway station in the village of Kelly Bray one mile north of the centre of the small town of Callington, Cornwall, built by the Plymouth, Devonport and South Western Junction Railway, but operated by the London and South Western Railway. It was the terminus of a branch line from Bere Alston, and the station closed in 1966. The Tamar Valley Line still operates services from Bere Alston with services terminating 5 miles (8 km) to the east at Gunnislake railway station. The now-closed section of line north of Gunnislake was remote from local communities and relatively slow compared to the competing roads (Callington had good bus services to Saltash and Plymouth which the landscape has denied Gunnislake) which limited traffic levels. The gradients and alignment were ironically better than the surviving section south of Gunnislake.
The site of Callington Station, near to Kelly Bray, Cornwall 2 May 1987.