Rail Ale Trail sign
Atlantic Line Rail Ale TrailLooe Valley Line Rail Ale TrailMaritime Line Rail Ale TrailSt Ives Bay Line Rail Ale trailTamar Rail Ale TrailTarka Rail Ale Trail

What are Rail Ale Trails?
Rail Ale Trails offer you the opportunity to take a scenic tour of real ales in the West Country. Experience the beauty of Devon and Cornwall by train and savour the delights of traditional real ales and fine rural pubs along the way. There are also free souvenirs to collect.

Where are the Rail Ale Trails?
Devon and Cornwall Rail Ale Trails are available for the beautiful rural branch lines marked on the map. Click on the map, on the names of the lines underneath or on the symbols at the top of the page to learn more and visit the pubs along each route.

Contact the Devon & Cornwall Rail Partnership:

e-mail railpart@plymouth.ac.uk
tel/fax: (01752) 584777

Devon & Cornwall Rail Partnership,
School of Geography,
University of Plymouth,
Plymouth PL4 8AA

Other Useful Sites
Once you have browsed this site you may find some of the information contained in the following sites useful:
www.greatscenicrailways.com
www.firstgreatwestern.co.uk

 

All trails valid throughout 2014

 

Timetables
Fare information
Free Souvenirs

All trails are valid throughout 2014!

 

ALSO - The Great Cornish Rail Ale Trail with St Austell Brewery.

Twenty great St Austell Brewery pubs across Cornwall you can reach by rail, handpicked by Head Brewer Roger Ryman.

Just one of the great Rail Ale Trail pubs:

The welcoming Tamar Inn on the Tamar Valley Line. Learn more about this pub ...

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