Branch Lines of Corn­wall DVD

Evergreen - - Summer 2018 -

This film ex­plores the old routes of the Great Western Rail­way and Lon­don and South Western Rail­way, be­gin­ning at Gun­nis­lake in the Ta­mar Val­ley, and then trav­el­ling around the en­tire county. We visit the strik­ing land­scape in the area of Min­ions, where the Liskeard & Caradon Rail­way once ran, and see other long closed lines, such as the North Corn­wall Rail­way. Hap­pily, some of the old branch lines are still in ser­vice to­day such as the at­trac­tive Ta­mar Val­ley Line, the At­lantic Coast Line from Par to Newquay, the en­chant­ing Looe Val­ley Line, the Mar­itime Line from Truro to Fal­mouth and the St. Ives Bay Line, which is among the most scenic in Bri­tain. ( Run­ning time: 109 mins) Re­gion 1 ( US, Canada): Code: DCOR1 Re­gion 2 ( UK/ Europe/ Aus­tralia/ New Zealand): Code: DCORP

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