Stoke canon was opened in 1885.It is here that the Exe Valley line,joined with the main Great Western line.
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News From Down the Line
Every now and then when I talk to people and they hear of my interest in the Exe Valley Railway,they tell me little bits of information or recall an old memory.It always amazes me how even today,more than 50 years after it's closure,the fondness with which people remember the railway and how fresh the memories seem to be to them.
This little section of the website is to pass on to you these little "titbits" and any other small pieces of information that I have come across.
- LATEST NEWS-
24/4/19These interesting pictures of Dulverton Station were sent in by Fred Gillard, who visited in about 1970 to take some pictures for a model railway project that he was building. The station buildings were bought by the Carnarvon Arms (now closed down) and used as staff and overflow guest accommodation,before being converted into residential housing. Thank you very much Fred for taking the time to share your pictures.
If you have any memories of the Exe Valley Railway that you would like to share with us,please get in contact with me and maybe we could publish them on our website.Likewise,if you have any photographs or film related to the railway that you would like to share,please contact me.
Exe Valley Railway Quiz
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Tiverton Museum:The Tivvy Bumper
Bampton Railway 1884-1963
Model railway Exe Valley Line
Single Line Working
Bampton Railway Model
A Day on the West Somerset railway
Dean Forest Railway - Great Western Gala Weekend - 01/07/12