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The St Ives Bay Line

Sit back, relax and let the train take you on a scenic tour of real ales along the St Ives Bay Line – running from Penzance through St Erth to the visual arts capital of Cornwall – St Ives

The St Ives Bay Line is glorious - one of Britain's most scenic railways..

St. Ives itself is famous throughout the country for its art and culture, offering visitors an unrivalled collection of galleries and shops from locally based artists to the Barbara Hepworth Museum and the Tate Gallery. These pages provides a guide to a range of distinctive pubs, serving real ales and ideally situated within walking distance of the St Ives Bay Line.

For more information about St Ives Bay go to the One St Ives website.

Contact the Devon & Cornwall Rail Partnership:

e-mail railpart@plymouth.ac.uk
tel/fax: (01752) 233094

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


 

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All trails valid throughout 2014!

To open and save a leaflet with details of this trail just click on the link below

St Ives Bay leaflet

If you want to download just the form to collect pub stamps use the link below:

St Ives Bay stamp sheet

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