Railways Remembered 2

Railway journeys from Plymouth to Turnchapel and Yealmpton, the Last Train to Callington, even a cabs eye view of the train from Plymouth to Gunnislake.

  • Images of the Culm Valley Light RailwayQuick View
    • Images of the Culm Valley Light RailwayQuick View
    • Images of the Culm Valley Light Railway

    • The CVLR was an endearing and delightful Devon railway that ran from Tiverton Junction to Hemyock, via Coldharbour Halt, Uffculme, Culmstock and Whitehall Halt. It opened to all traffic on 29th May 1876 and closed on 31st October 1975, with passenger services ceasing in September 1963).
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  • Memories of the Plymouth to Yealmpton RailwayQuick View
    • Memories of the Plymouth to Yealmpton RailwayQuick View
    • Memories of the Plymouth to Yealmpton Railway

    • The GWR opened a branch from Millbay to Yealmpton in January 1898. Originally planned to terminate at Modbury, the line served the villages of Plymstock, Billacombe, Elburton and Brixton. It stopped at Steer Point where ferries would take passengers across the river to the villages of Noss Mayo and Newton…
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  • Plymouth to Gunnislake – From the CabQuick View
  • Plymouth to Turnchapel & Cattewater RailwaysQuick View
  • The Last Train to CallingtonQuick View
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    • The Last Train to Callington

    • Bere Alston to Callington was one of those beautiful LSWR lines cutting through some of the most vivid terrain in Devon and Cornwall. This long awaited documentary features the journey with unique archive footage, rare photographs and modern day aerials to show the route of the trackbed. In 1966, the…
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