Maritime Line

Maritime Line

Truro - Falmouth Docks

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The Maritime Line links the bustling Cathedral city of Truro with the harbour port of Falmouth.

This busy line is great for going shopping in Truro, exploring Falmouth and its maritime history or for exploring the area on foot with the many footpaths and trails that exist.

Dogs are welcome on the train.

 

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GWR Maritime Line train on the Collegewood Viaduct
Pendennis Castle
Boat in Falmouth
Truro Cathedral
Gyllyngvase beach, Falmouth
£4.80
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Take to the water

in Falmouth

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Hit the beach!

Falmouth has four world class beaches which are great for families.

 

If lazing around on the beach isn’t your thing, how about trying your luck on the water with the many water sports on offer?

 

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Pendennis Castle

This mighty fortress, built by King Herny VIII was built between 1540 and 1545.

The castle is run by English Heritage and has regular events throughout the year, wonderful coastal views, tours and exhibitions. Pendennis Castle is a 1/2 mile walk from Falmouth Docks station.

Royal Cornwall Museum

When visiting Truro, discover Cornwall’s history from prehistoric times up to the industrial revolution. Exhibits include an Egyptian mummy!

The museum has loads of interactive and family friendly events so there is something for everyone.

 

Buying Tickets

Truro to Falmouth

£

4.80

Off-Peak Day Return. Valid after the morning peak, and anytime weekends or Bank Holidays.

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PENZANCE TO TRURO

£

7.50

Adult Off-Peak Day Return

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40min

Approximate journey time

LISKEARD TO FALMOUTH

£

11.30

Adult Off-Peak Day Return

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1hr 15min

Approximate journey time

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