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The award winning Dartmouth Steam Railway & River Boat Company!...Dartmouth Steam Railway steam trains travel seven miles along the most spectacular South Devon coast down into the Dart Valley and to the village of Kingswear which sits proudly...more
Queens Park Station Torbay Road, Paignton TQ4 6AF, England
All reviews round robin open top bus foot ferry observation car steam railway jubilee pass greenway halt lovely trip return trip greenway house ticket office train trip step back in time beautiful scenery agatha christies day trip well worth the money
We loved the trip by Steam Train to Kingswear and across the foot ferry to Dartmouth. We purchased a takeaway coffee at Paignton to drink on our journey. However, the reason for 4 stars instead of 5 was because on our return, we thought we...More
great to recapture the past of the railways there is something exciting with traveling on a steam train the smell of the smoke fantastic views from the pullman viewing carriage the trip on the ferry to get to the station on the Dartmouth side great...More
Paignton to Dartmouth in one of only 2 pulman observation cars.£17 + £2.50 for pulman worth every penny. The views along the coast and pulling in to Dartmouth were superb.Buckfastleigh to Totnes is next on the agenda. Beautiful Devon shame about Paignton.
This was a great few hours the train journey takes half an hour which also has a viewing carriage for an extra couple of pounds. We all enjoyed the steam train lots of magnificent views. The ferry over to Dartmouth was ok but I don't...More
On a cold and misty day we decided to take the river boat to Totnes and then, by bus to Paignton where e we took the steam train back to Dartmouth via Kingswear and a foot ferry. There were only 10 passengers but the crew...More
This is a great way for 'oldies' to take a trip down Memory Lane on a good value-for-money basis. Extremely polite and courteous staff, dressed as they were back in the day and with original ticket machines, all combine to create a fabulous experience of...More