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Bodmin and Wenford Steam Railway

The Bodmin and Wenford Steam Railway is a delightful heritage railway in Bodmin, Cornwall. The train trundles along a leisurely 13-mile-long route through the spectacularly beautiful Cornish countryside, passing pretty meadows and rolling hills. The Bodmin and Wenford Railway is Cornwall's only full-sized railway which features steam locomotives, making this a charmingly unique journey that takes its passengers back to a bygone era of rail travel. 

The line officially opened in 1887 and ran until October 3rd 1983, when the line was closed. Soon after, the Bodmin Railway Preservation Society was formed and began to fight for the line to be reopened as a heritage railway. They were successful, and the Bodmin and Wenford Railway was officially reopened for passengers in 1990.

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