|Museum Number||Railway||Object Type||Description||Image|
|TYWRM:LC001||Liskeard and Caradon Tramway||rail||End piece of cast iron fishbelly rail 1' 6" long|
The Liskeard and Caradon Railway was a mineral railway in Cornwall, in the United Kingdom, which opened in 1844. It was built to carry the ores of copper and tin, and also granite, from their sources on Caradon Hill down to Moorswater for onward transport to market by way of Looe Harbour and coastal shipping. At first this was on the Liskeard and Looe Union Canal and later on the parallel Liskeard and Looe Railway.