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HAYLE RAILWAY

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The remains of the Hayle Railway operated between 1837 and 1852. It ran to Tresavean, 12 miles away and had branches to Hayles Wharf, Crofty and Roskear mines, Redruth and Portreath. In 1846 the West Cornwall Railway Company was authorised to rebuild the Hayle Railway and extend it to Truro and Penzance. The new railway was completed to Truro in 1852, partly utilising the Hayle route, and partly using new routes.

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