Bodmin and Wenford Railway

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Bodmin and Wenford Railway: This railway is Cornwall's only standard gauge railway still operated by steam locomotives and the trains run through some delightful Cornish scenery. The Railway is typical of a branch line in the 1950's. Great Western steam tank engines are the main locomotives to be seen here but diesel traction is also used, particularly on Saturdays. The main station on the line is at Bodmin General. The engine sheds are here, as well as a Souvenir shop and refreshment room in the restored station buildings.

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From Exeter take the A30 west via Okehampton & Launceston to Bodmin

From Torbay, Plymouth take the A38 west to Bodmin

From south east Cornwall including Looe take the A38 west to Bodmin

From west Cornwall take the A30 east

From north Cornwall take the A39 to Wadebridge then the A389 to Bodmin then follow the brown tourist signs to the Steam Railway


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Address: Bodmin & Wenford Railway, General Station, Bodmin, Cornwall, PL31 1AQ, UK
Phone: 0845 125 9 678 (UK only), +44 1208 73666

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