• Holy half term antics, Batman . . . . Don't miss our Superhero Fortnight (14th-28th October). Kids disguised as their favourite Superhero go free!!
  • IMPORTANT NOTE: There are now no steam train services on 22nd & 25th November. . . .
  • Santa Express Christmas Eve trains are now FULL. We have extended the capacity on other trains but do be quick and book yours! . . . . .
  • Holy half term antics, Batman . . . . Don't miss our Superhero Fortnight (14th-28th October). Kids disguised as their favourite Superhero go free!!
  • IMPORTANT NOTE: There are now no steam train services on 22nd & 25th November. . . .
  • Santa Express Christmas Eve trains are now FULL. We have extended the capacity on other trains but do be quick and book yours! . . . . .
  • Holy half term antics, Batman . . . . Don't miss our Superhero Fortnight (14th-28th October). Kids disguised as their favourite Superhero go free!!
  • IMPORTANT NOTE: There are now no steam train services on 22nd & 25th November. . . .
  • Santa Express Christmas Eve trains are now FULL. We have extended the capacity on other trains but do be quick and book yours! . . . . .
  • Totnes

    Totnes - something a little different Totnes is famous for being the home of a cosmopolitan mix of people! It is unconventional with organic, ethical and fair trade the norm. It is the home of the Transition Town movement and is proud to be a little different. It attracts people worldwide who...

  • Greenway Halt

    Step back in time to the 1950’s when steam trains were the way to travel….. If you are interested in visiting Greenway House and Garden, you can now arrive by steam train (and shuttle bus should you prefer not to walk)! Just board our steam train at Paignton or Kingswear and catch...

  • Paignton

    Traditional family holiday destination Paignton was a small fishing village until the 19th century, when in 1837 the Paington Harbour Act saw the construction of a new harbour and the modern spelling, Paignton, first appeared. It is mentioned in the Domesday Book of AD 1086. Formerly spelt...

  • Kingswear

    Kingswear sits on the east bank of the River Dart opposite Dartmouth. The brightly painted houses (the village is often likened to Balamory), church pubs and other buildings rise up steeply from the river. There are little winding streets, friendly pubs and some truly spectacular views -...

  • Dartmouth

    Truly a town for all seasons Dartmouth is a fascinating maritime town in the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with a rich maritime and sailing history - and has been a popular tourist destination for decades. It is bordered by picturesque villages, beautiful unspoilt beaches,...

  • Torquay

    Torquay - the quintessential seaside experience! The swaying palm trees, busy harbour and international marina often reminds you of the Mediterranean. The pier, promenade and marina area are well worth an afternoon of wandering with stops for the odd ice cream, coffee, lunch or dinner. You will...

  • Brixham

    Brixham - pirate and fishing town! Brixham’s history is filled with tales of pirates and smugglers (with an annual Pirate Festival being highly popular with adults and kids alike dressing up and partaking in lots of “ooh arr me pirates”, etc!). Seek out the Old Fish Market for...

  • Goodrington Sands

    When the Dartmouth and Torbay Railway opened on 14 March 1861 it passed over a level crossing on Tanners Lane, which led to the sea at Goodrington. Building the line across the marsh at Goodrington proved difficult but was achieved by laying redundant pipes from the failed atmospheric railway...

  • Churston

    Churston station was the location for the opening scene in "The System", a 1964 film. Several of the main characters arrive at the last minute and jump onto a Diesel Multiple Unit that is just pulling out towards Kingswear. After the opening credits, they then get off a different train at...