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Wadebridge railway station

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Wadebridge railway station was on the Bodmin and Wadebridge Railway. It opened in 1834 to transport goods between the market town of Wadebridge, the limit of navigation on the River Camel, and inland farming and mining areas. 
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Craig Dickson
Updated: October 15, 2020

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50.515033, -4.834259
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50°30'54.1"N 4°50'03.3"W
UTM
30U 369957 5597503
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20.4 km
1:25 h
131 m
52 m
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20.4 km
1:25 h
131 m
52 m

Your route today follows the Camel Cycle, a cycle route that initially takes you alongside the Camel Estuary, abundant with wildlife.

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