Plymouth - Gunnislake
Explore the riverside village of Calstock. Great pubs & walks.
Liskeard - Looe
Enjoy great estuary views and Looe’s harbour and beach.
St Erth (P&R) - St Ives
One of Britain's most scenic railways. Amazing views.
Truro - Falmouth Docks
Visit Falmouth’s harbour, beaches, castles and shops.
Par - Newquay
Arrive in the heart of Newquay ready to hit the beach.
Exeter Central - Barnstaple
Take in the countryside views and explore North Devon.
Exeter Central - Paignton
Travel the famous Devon coast to the English Riviera.
Exeter St Davids - Exmouth
Journey along the Exe Estuary to Topsham and Exmouth.
Exeter St Davids - Axminster
Visit Honiton and Axminster with countryside views.
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Head to Barnstaple by train this Saturday (17th September) for the town’s historic carnival and fair.
With a crowd of 20,000 people expected, the main carnival procession begins at 6pm (see map of the route or photos from last year).
Then enjoy the fair at Seven Brethren, near the station (see map), with more than 20 large rides.
Here’s a taster of last year’s fair, filmed by Altitude 58:
A firework display will take off from Anchorwood bank (near the old bridge) at approximately 8pm.
The last train home departs Barnstaple at 22 30.