St Teath Society of Model Engineers

Aerial view of the track.
It has since been extended.

The club has over 1,000 ft of 5 inch gauge track and is open to the public several times each year, subject only to the weather. Open days, from 11 am to 5 pm, are free apart from refreshments. Cream teas and rides, from 2.30 to 5 pm, are run in support of charities and local groups.

Dates for 2013

Cream Teas

Call 01208 850497 for further information or to check
if the event has been affected by weather.

New locomotive for 2013 - Photo: Alan Tew


Cream Tea for Community Bus and crowning of carnival queen

St Teath Carnival Queen and attendants aboard the train. Photo: David Crosley
Steaming through St Teath. Photo: David Crosley


Pictures kindly supplied by Rod Straffon. Unfortunately, St Teath never had a full size station. The nearest stations were at Delabole and Port Isaac Road on the long abandoned North Cornwall Railway.


The Cream Tea in August raised an amazing £499 for St Teath Fun Club. Model train rides (inset)