Cam station, the intermediate stop on the line, was a smaller affair
than that at Coaley Junction or Dursley. It was a red brick building with
no canopy and accommodation consisted of a waiting room, a booking hall
and a booking office. It had a short single platform on which stood the
station building and a small wooden goods shed. At the western end of
the platform was a level crossing worked by the station staff and on the
other side of the crossing stood the Railway Inn, still in existence today.
The station was dominated by the buildings of the Hunt & Winterbotham
cloth mill which was served by a siding.