• Due to exceptional demand, tomorrow (Wednesday 4th August) we are offering an additional diesel service in the evening. We will be running our normal orange train timetable hauled by steam locomotives 5526 and 5239 with an additional evening service departing Paignton at 17:55 and Kingswear at 18:30 hauled behind our resident Class 37 diesel no. D6975. . . . .
  • WE ARE FULLY OPEN!! We are back to full service running 7-days a week. Train times from Paignton → 10:00, 11:15, 12:25, 14:10, 15:20 & 16:40. Trains do not currently stop at Goodrington, Churston or Greenway Halt stations.
  • Due to exceptional demand, tomorrow (Wednesday 4th August) we are offering an additional diesel service in the evening. We will be running our normal orange train timetable hauled by steam locomotives 5526 and 5239 with an additional evening service departing Paignton at 17:55 and Kingswear at 18:30 hauled behind our resident Class 37 diesel no. D6975. . . . .
  • WE ARE FULLY OPEN!! We are back to full service running 7-days a week. Train times from Paignton → 10:00, 11:15, 12:25, 14:10, 15:20 & 16:40. Trains do not currently stop at Goodrington, Churston or Greenway Halt stations.
  • Due to exceptional demand, tomorrow (Wednesday 4th August) we are offering an additional diesel service in the evening. We will be running our normal orange train timetable hauled by steam locomotives 5526 and 5239 with an additional evening service departing Paignton at 17:55 and Kingswear at 18:30 hauled behind our resident Class 37 diesel no. D6975. . . . .
  • WE ARE FULLY OPEN!! We are back to full service running 7-days a week. Train times from Paignton → 10:00, 11:15, 12:25, 14:10, 15:20 & 16:40. Trains do not currently stop at Goodrington, Churston or Greenway Halt stations.
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