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The Plym Valley Railway has re-built a one and a half mile section of the ex-Great Western branch line from Marsh Mills to Plym Bridge. The line used to run from Tavistock Junction, just outside of Plymouth, to Launceston. It is a heritage railway...more
Always a joy to visit here, people are friendly, enjoy a cup of tea with a bacon buttie all reasonably priced, enjoy a ride on the train that has been lovingly restored, walk to see the trains and engines that are in the process of...More
A fantastic family friendly adventure.
Perfect for my 2 year old who loves trains and frost experience of meeting father Christmas.
It was an exciting magical adventure from start to finish. Will definatly be back next year.
Wel the steam train is up and running, travel the old fashioned way, in a classic steam train, remembering that the trains have been lovingly restored by volunteers, take a ride enjoy the beautiful views, have a look in the carriage shop, in expensive items...More
A great little line, short but wort the money paid. The driver for a fiver experience on the sentinel shunter and brake van is one if not the best available. Parking is in the adjacent council run car park, entry to the site via a...More
This is a small concern, which has grown very slowly in its 35+-year existence. It now has a mile and a half of track, and stations have been built at each end. There is a train service on something like fifty days of the year,...More
The line is only about a mile in length, which had included a small extension to the Plym Valley Woods. Great for the kids and families, however like with all attractions, best not to attend when there's a special event or during the peak tourist...More
Located on the outskirts of plymouth ... small steam railway ...very reasonable prices ... great themed days ...things to see and do in same area ... great place to visit with children ... shop there also for refreshments and railway items
At the weekend we had tockets to take the grandchildren on the North Pole Express to see Santa.
After boarding the old fashioned train we left for the North Pole. On the way Santa came through the train and spoke to every child. On reaching...More
I'll start this review by stating that I take no joy on writing anything less than positive vibes for a piece of heritage run by volunteers. This is purely to highlight to those, possibly likes us, with a young family and no money to waste....More
Hi, Yes we do, the access to to platform is via slopes, and a ramp is available to board the train. More information is available on our website. Please feel free to ask for assistance on site. We hope you enjoy your visit!
The Plym Valley Railway is busy developing the Marsh Mills station complex/visitor centre and currently has no plans to extend beyond Plym Bridge Platform as the former track bed is owned by The National Trust and is used... More
The Plym Valley Railway is busy developing the Marsh Mills station complex/visitor centre and currently has no plans to extend beyond Plym Bridge Platform as the former track bed is owned by The National Trust and is used as a cycle track.