The Bodmin & Wenford Railway run steam trains on its 6.5 mile line through the heart of glorious Cornish countryside.
Experience the magic of steam
Starting from its mainline connection at Bodmin Parkway, the line runs into Bodmin itself and on to Boscarne Junction, the start of the Camel Trail.
Buying your tickets
We’ve combined with the Bodmin & Wenford Railway to offer you a fantastic money saving inclusive ticket. You can travel from any station in Devon or Cornwall to Bodmin Parkway; and on to the steam railway with just one ticket.The price of your ticket includes:
- return travel from any station in Devon or Cornwall to Bodmin Parkway
- unlimited travel on the Bodmin & Wenford Railway
Buy from any staffed train station.
|From any station in Cornwall or Plymouth||From any station in Devon|
|Infant (Under 3)||Free||Free|
1 adult + 2 children
2 adults + 4 children
* Children aged 3 or 4 travel free on mainline services. Please buy their tickets at the Bodmin & Wenford Railway
Railcard discounts are available
The Bodmin & Wenford Railway operate various different timetables throughout the year. For more information visit bodminrailway.co.uk
While you’re there
Bodmin General station is close to Bodmin town centre, so once you’ve visited the buffet, shop and exhibitions at the station, you can make the short walk to the town centre, museums, Bodmin Jail or Cornwall’s Regimental Museum.
From here you can walk or cycle the 5 miles to Wadebridge along the Camel Trail. The quaint sea-side resort of Padstow is 10 miles away.
While changing trains at Bodmin Parkway, be sure to visit the award-winning Signal Box Cafe and relax with a cup of tea or a snack within the peaceful surroundings of the station. The National Trust’s Lanhydrock House is a 2 mile walk away along an old coach path.