Visit Looe by train

17th October, 2017

Visit Looe by train

Your guide to a great value day out from Plymouth to Looe by train. Visiting in half-term week? Check out the Rock Pool Ramble happening on Sunday 22nd October 2017 organised by Looe Marine Conservation Group. (Note: this is the final weekend of the year for Sunday trains to Looe. Sunday services then re-start in […]

12th October, 2017

Falmouth Oyster Festival by train

Hop on the train this weekend and head to the Falmouth Oyster Festival (Thursday 12th to Saturday 15th October). The festival is held at Events Square, next to the National Maritime Museum, just a five-minute walk from Falmouth Town station (map). The line-up features cookery demonstrations, live music, food stalls, arts and crafts, Working Boat […]

11th October, 2017

Tarka Trail from Barnstaple

Feel like some fresh air? Take a trip on the Tarka Line and hire bikes at Barnstaple station to explore the Tarka Trail. Hop on the train from Exeter Central (EX4 3SB) or Exeter St Davids (EX4 4NT) and take the scenic train journey through the Devon countryside to Barnstaple. You’ll be there in an […]

10th October, 2017

Tate St Ives re-launch

It’s free entry at Tate St Ives this weekend (14/15 Oct 2017) to celebrate their re-launch and new gallery. Go by train to enjoy another work of art – the scenic St Ives Bay Line! Take the train from St Erth on the main line, or park at Lelant Saltings and hop on there. Trains […]

5th October, 2017

Dog-friendly Cornish beaches by train

Dogs ride free on the train (up to two dogs per person). So hop aboard and take your four-legged friend for a stroll on one of these beautiful beaches. These beaches welcome dogs all year round… Great Western beach | Newquay Photo: Felipe Kos under Creative Commons license Newquay station is in the heart of […]