Lappa Valley Steam Railway

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Lappa Valley Steam Railway: Runs on one of the oldest railway trackbeds in Cornwall. Opened in 1849 as a mineral line from Newquay to East Wheal Rose, it later became part of the Great Western Railway's Newquay to Chacewater branch line.This was closed in 1963, and in 1974 Eric Booth, the founder of Lappa Valley, reopened part of the lineas a narrow-gauge railway.Other things to do there are Golf,crazy golf, maze, Canoes and Paddle Boats and Bikes.

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We are signposted from the A3075 Newquay to Redruth road, and this is the only suitable access for coaches. We are also signposted from the A30 and A3058 (from this direction the lanes are narrow).


Train timetable:

See website for details; Lappa Valley timetable

AdultChildOAPFamily (2 Adults and 2 Children)
£9.20 Peak
£6.80 Off Peak
£7.50 Peak
£5.20 Off Peak
£7.50 Peak
£5.20 Off Peak
£29.00 Peak
£21.50 Off Peak


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Address: Lappa Valley Steam Railway, St Newlyn East, Newquay, Cornwall, TR8 5LX, UK
Phone: +44 1872 510317

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