The Launceston Steam Railway links the historic Cornish town with the hamlet of Newmills, running for two and a half miles along the glorious Kensey Valley along the trackbed of the old North Cornwall Railway, where once express trains from London Waterloo thundered along.
They run narrow gauge (1′ 11½” gauge) steam trains and passengers have a choice of open or closed carriages – whichever you choose you are assured of a marvellous view! A seat in the front of the train is as good as being on the footplate. (http://www.launcestonsr.co.uk/about-the-lsr/introduction)
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