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The scenic Looe Valley Line links the bustling market town of Liskeard with the picturesque fishing port of Looe. The train journey is full of beautiful views out of the train window, as the wooded valley teaming with wildlife opens up to glorious...more
Looe Cottage Looe Valley, Liskeard PL14 4NJ, England
On holiday with a young family we took the Looe Valley Line changing for onward journey to Newquay. The train was on time and clean. Staff were friendly and helpful. Lots of wildlife to see on the journey to Liskeard. We booked really cheap tickets...More
Chug past the little hamlets on the way to Looe, and then be surprised by the relative large size of the town itself as you take the last turn round the forested hill. Look carefully out the windows - I saw a fawn and a...More
As it was raining we decided to try the Looe Valley Line. You pay on the train and, at £4.80 return it is good value. If the sun had been shining it would have been spectacular but even though it had turned to liquid sunshine...More
I loved doing this with the children, it makes a change from just driving everywhere. The route was very scenic and enjoyable and it was so cheap. Only thing I will say is I was expecting a more “old fashioned train” more in keeping with...More
This is a delight. We came by train from Newton Abbot, and this quaint little railway starts at Liskeard. It takes you to the centre of Looe, so is one of the few Cornish villages which are linked to the railway system. The views are...More
Park and Ride at Liskeard as the car parking at Looe Station only holds about ten cars. The main car park in East Looe fills up very early but the main car park in West Looe (over the bridge) is large and cheaper.