Causeland

Causeland

Looe Valley Line

Causeland is the station for the pretty village of Duloe.

How to visit by train

Duloe is a small village situated halfway between Liskeard and Looe.

The village is probably best known for its stone circle which is situated in the centre of the village. The circle is unusual in that it is made of quartz and is the smallest in Cornwall.

Stone circle, Duloe

The village has a great pub, The Plough, which serves food and is also on the Rail Ale Trail.

The Plough, Duloe

There are a number of local countryside walks in and around the village and it has an annual Ale and Cider Festival.

Coming by train

Causeland is on the Looe Valley Line. It is a request stop. Tell the guard in good time that you wish to get off the train here. If boarding the train at Causeland, signal with your arm as the train approaches to request for the train to stop.

16 minutes from Liskeard

9 minutes from Looe

20-25 minute walk from the station to Duloe

Buying Tickets to Causeland

Liskeard to Causeland

£

3.40

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

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Looe Valley Line

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