‘Rover and out’ and about

Fal Mussel Card - Visitor

Truro-Falmouth. Includes ferries and buses in the Falmouth, St Mawes and Truro area.

Available Easter to October.

1, 2, 3 or 6 consecutive days. A: £19.50-£44; C £14.50-£31; Family (up to 2 adults + 3 children): £48-£122.50. 10% off if bought online from www.falriver.co.uk/getting-about/fal-mussel-card. This is relatively expensive as the ferry use includes free crossing for a vehicle as well as the passengers.


St Ives Bay Line Day Ranger

St Erth-St Ives.

1 day - A: £4; R (except Devon & Cornwall Railcard): £2.65; Devon & Cornwall Railcard only: £2; C: £2; Family (3 or 4 adults): £8; Family (up to 2 adults + 3 children): £10 (£7 if a holder has a Devon & Cornwall Railcard). 

This feature was published in RAIL 827 on 20th May 2017


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  • Graham Lund. - 09/12/2021 13:44

    Glasgow-Barrhead electrification needs to extend to Kilmarnock at least. We need to reinstate the Neilston-Uplawmoor line and electrify through to Kilmarnock. The Caldwell halt remains redundant. The line south of Ayr needs further development to compete with the grandiose A77. We fully deserve the Glasgow Crossrail scheme, the city's sore thumb also Glasgow/ Edinburgh-Aberdeen-Inverness through trains to compete full on with roads.

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