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The Maritime Line

The Maritime Line links the Cathedral City of Truro with the historic maritime port of Falmouth, also one of Cornwall's premier seaside resorts. Visit Truro with its impressive three spired Cathedral, the Royal Cornwall Museum & Art Gallery and its excellent shopping facilities.

Alight at Falmouth and visit the splendid National Maritime Museum Cornwall or Pendennis Castle which was built by the Tudor King Henry VIII to protect the anchorage of Falmouth.

For more information about ferries in the Fal estuary visit the Fal River Links website here. Please note this link takes you away from this site.

PLEASE NOTE - The Crab & Ale House in Truro is now called the White Hart.

 

 Maritime map

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 are valid throughout 2014

 

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Fare information
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Recent News

Mar 14 - The Crab & Ale House in Truro is now called the White Hart.

 

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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:

Maritime Line leaflet

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

Maritime Line stamp sheet

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