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South Devon Railway

Railway and Transport Attractions, Indoor and Outdoor
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Location iconBuckfastleigh
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Journey through a beautiful and unspoilt countryside overflowing with wildlife at the South Devon Railway and meet Thomas the Tank Engine from 15th April 2022!

The line runs for 7 miles from Buckfastleigh to Totnes, along the stunning valley of the River Dart, with a backdrop of beautiful Devonshire hills. There is plenty to see at both ends of the track, and trains also stop at Steverton, which has some stunning riverside walks to the nearby village. At the stops, you’ll find a play area, museum, gardens, a picnic area, and a model and gift shop with a model railway. Dartmoor Otters, Buckfast Butterflies and Totnes Rare Breeds Farm can be found at Buckfastleigh station. Why not combine your train journey with a visit to see the local wildlife and help support the local conservation efforts?

Peep! Peep! Thomas & Friends will also be here to welcome you at South Devon Railway from the 15th April. Take a train ride with Thomas, meet Sir Topham Hatt and join Sodor's Station Sweepers, Rusty & Dusty for some family-filled fun! Enjoy magic shows, take part in the Thomas Nature Trail, meet Diesal and much more!

  • Witness the beautiful Devonshire hills
  • Overflowing with local wildlife
  • Museum, play area, gardens and a model railway

Day Out With Thomas at South Devon Railway

Take a train ride with Thomas, meet Sir Topham Hatt and spend the day enjoying loads of railway fun!

Opening hours

Opening hours are subject to change. Please call the attraction directly to avoid disappointment.

Location

Address

The Station,
Buckfastleigh,
Devon,
TQ11 0DZ,
England

Phone number

01364 644370

Pricing

Adults: £15.00

Kids: £9.00

Under 3's: Free

Seniors: £14.00

Family: £45.00

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