Discover what there is to see and do at the South Devon Railway. From our stations at Buckfastleigh, Staverton and Totnes, and our line in between, we have plenty of activities for a full, fun, family day out.
With the backdrop of Dartmoor and beautiful Devon hills, Buckfastleigh is our headquarters and where most people start their journey on our line.
You can explore our well-stocked Gift and Model shop, Museum and award gardens.
The station has easy access for wheelchairs, including ramps to access the trains, and reserved parking close to the platform.
There is plenty of free car parking and coach parking with a turning circle and close, level access to the platform.
Dartmoor Otters & Buckfast Butterflies
Buckfastleigh Station Gardens
Children's Play Area
Staverton is a delightful, unspoilt country station that has remained largely unchanged for 100 years.
It is typical small wayside station that served the nearby village as well as the adjoining mill and local farms, some of which used to produce Devon cider. If you have time, stop off here and take a walk and enjoy this tranquil spot and its 15th century river bridge
Staverton Buffet Coach
Totnes Riverside Station
Our award winning station at Totnes Riverside was originally a green field, branch line trains having run into the main line station in GWR and British Railways days.
What you see today has been built up from buildings rescued from all over the West Country. For instance, the station building is from Toller Porcorum on the former GWR Bridport branch in Dorset, the canopy is from Axbridge station in Somerset and the signal box was at Cradley Heath in the West Midlands. The corrugated iron hut came from Bovey Tracey on the GWR Moretonhampstead branch in Devon and the small lamp hut came from about 20 yards away next to the site of the original Ashburton Junction signal box by the junction of our line and the main line.