Tremawn is a small village on the North Cornish Coast The layout is set in the 1950s
and steam reigns supreme. The buildings displayed are based on buildings in the Port
Isaac area. Fishing is the major industry of Tremawn. The Fish Market, close to the
station, supplies some rail traffic, but this is slowly being lost to road.
Tremawn is the terminal station of two branch lines. The main Western branch runs
along the coast from Newquay, and a smaller Southern branch works cross country from
Wadebridge on the North Cornwall railway. Both branches are still active, with Passenger
and Freight traffic. As in other parts of Cornwall, there is some through running
between the branches. The small motive power depot enables engines to be changed
on reversing trains.