Atlantic Coast Line – a train jouney across the breadth of Cornwall

A Car Free Day Out around St Austell CL10

How to get to the Atlantic Coast Line without a car:
Begin at Par – either catch the mainline train to Par or travel on bus services 25, 524 from St Austell or Fowey or the 525 from St Austell.

For detailed travel information contact Traveline www.traveline.info or Tel. 0871 200 22 33.

Train service in Cornwall
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Train service in Cornwall

Par – Newquay via: Luxulyan – Bugle – Roche – St Columb Road – Quintrell Downs
Travel from the English Channel Coast to the Atlantic along this branch line!
Ride through the beautiful wooded Luxulyan Valley, and on across Goss Moor with distant views of the white lunar landscape of the Cornish China Clay industry.
Then enjoy the coastal resort of Newquay, acknowledged as one of the finest stretches of coastline in Europe, with its wonderful sandy beaches, shops, cafes and high Atlantic waves. Take a short walk inland and visit the beautiful Trenance Gardens, walk a section of the South West Coast Path, or escape into the peaceful surrounding countryside – a full day out for all the family.

How about some refreshments on the way? Explore a range of distinctive pubs, serving real ales and ideally situated within walking distance of the Atlantic Coast Branch line. Visit some of these great rural pubs by train on the Atlantic Coast Line Rail Ale Trail. Visit www.railaletrail.com or call 01752 233094 for a free booklet.