Exmouth Railway Station

Exmouth Railway Station

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Exmouth station serves the town of Exmouth in Devon, England and is 11.25 miles south east of Exeter St Davids. The railway to Exmouth was opened on 1 May 1861. New docks designed by Eugenius Birch were opened in 1868 and a short branch was laid to connect them to the goods yard. A branch line with a junction immediately beyond the end of the platforms was opened on 1 June 1903. This ran around the outskirts of Exmouth on a long, curving viaduct, and then on to Tipton St Johns where it connected with an earlier line to Sidmouth Junction railway station. This route was used for through trains from London Waterloo station and also a few trains from the North of England which ran via the Somerset and Dorset Joint Railway and Templecombe railway station.
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  • Paperback | 18 pages
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  • United States
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  • 9786136673431