Goodrington sea wall

6th July 2021

This is the sea wall at Goodrington. It was built in the 1860's to carry the railway up to Churston. The sea wall is over 150 years old and still going strong. This photo was taken whilst undertaking our regular coastal inspections to ensure that all of our protection and earthwork assets are secure to enable us to operate our steam trains safely.

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  • What a great trip! - A lovely time was had on this trip on the train itself and then river boat - we had the river trip on the paddler which was just perfect - a coal fired train and a coal fired boat! Enjoy.
  • Enjoyable - The cruise was what took the cake for me. Breathtaking views, historical sites and a fantastic guide made it all the more entertaining to sit back and take in the lovely sights! Would highly recommend! :)
  • Nostalgic - We included a cruise on our trip and spent an hour on the paddlesteamer (the captain pointing out some interesting features and telling a few stories along the way). This was a very enjoyable day and worth every penny.

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