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Cows about Cambridge

Cows about Cambridge

We are proud to be the Official Travel Partner of Cows about Cambridge, an upcoming art trail by Wild in Art and children’s charity Break.

Thameslink has sponsored two life-size cow sculptures for the art trail, which will see 50 large cow sculptures appear in the city’s streets, parks and open spaces. One of Thameslink’s cows will take pride of place at Cambridge railway station, while the other will be out grazing in the city centre. Artists Sian Ellis and Emily Pettitt are creating the artwork for the cows sponsored by Thameslink.

The idea for Cows about Cambridge is to bring communities together with creativity and encourage people to get outdoors and rediscover their city. The free, family-friendly art trail will run from March 30 to June 6 2020, after which many of the sculptures will be auctioned off to raise money for children's charity Break, including those sponsored by Thameslink.


Getting to Cambridge

Are you curious to see the cows, or just in the mood to discover the historic centre of Cambridge? Thameslink connects you to Cambridge and other points along our network. From London, we can get you to Cambridge in under an hour.

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Kids for £2 – Plan a day out by train 

On Thameslink, kids under 5 always ride free. And right now up to four children aged 5 to 15 years can travel Off-Peak for only £2. Book online or at a ticket machine. 

Buying tickets

You can buy Thameslink tickets online and collect them from the ticket machine before you travel. You can also buy them from a ticket machine or ticket office at the station.