Bodmin and Wenford Railway, Cornwall: ‘Feel the sense of childlike joy’ – review

It’s not only the trains that let off steam at this heritage attraction, all the family will relax on scenic rides, plus there are bike trails and picnic spots nearby, too

A heritage steam railway that runs for six and a half miles, via four stations, between Bodmin General and Boscarne Junction. Cornwall’s only full-size railway still regularly operated by steam locomotives, it’s mostly run by volunteers. Stop off along the line for walks, a visit to a vineyard (Camel Valley), picnics and bike rides.

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