Rail Days Out | Railways in Devon | Devon Railways

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South Devon Railway

The multi-award winning South Devon Railway is one of Devon’s and the West Country’s best loved tourist attractions and is the…

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Stuart Line Cruises

Award-winning family boat trips for over 50 years! The all-weather attraction sailing all-year round on the calm and sheltered waters…

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Stuart Line Cruises
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Lundy Island

Lundy lies off the coast of North Devon, where the Atlantic ocean meets the Bristol Channel with nothing between it…

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Lundy Island

Pecorama

 Updates from Pecorama 20th March 2020 Following this afternoons briefing from the government we have taken the difficult decision to…

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Pecorama

Seaton Tramway

Discover East Devon’s glorious Axe Valley from the top deck of a heritage tram. Journey from Seaton, gateway town to the…

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Seaton Tramway
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Devon Railway Centre

Devon Railway Centre, near Tiverton, prides itself on offering a warm welcome and great value for money. It boasts a…

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Devon Railway Centre

Enjoy a day out on one of the beautiful railways in Devon. As someone very wise once said … “It’s not about the destination, but the journey.” There’s a lot to be said for travelling by train or pleasure boat. Just imagine … sitting back, relaxing and watching rolling hills, river banks and coastal views that most people never get to see.

By railway and tram, that means wide horizons of rolling hills, river banks that are home to otters and kingfishers, awesome viaducts, and blue sea edged with colourful beach huts.

By boat, you see even more of hidden Devon: rarely-seen seabirds nesting on cliff edges, protected flora flourishing in hidden crevices, and even the occasional leaping dolphin or basking seal.

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