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Summer ’07 Rail Trips from Ivybridge Station TEIGNMOUTH, DAWLISH & DAWLISH WARREN Teignmouth is an historic

Summer ’07 Rail Trips from Ivybridge Station

TEIGNMOUTH, DAWLISH & DAWLISH WARREN

Teignmouth is an historic port on the mouth of the Teign Estuary with two different characters. Along the seaward edge of the town is “the Den”, a large area with lawn and flower beds running between the promenade and an elegant Georgian crescent. There is a pier, theatre and children’s play area and a miniature lighthouse. On the estuary side, the town is alive with waterside inns, a busy harbour with boats for hire and ferries to take you across to picturesque Shaldon just across the water.

Dawlish is a pretty resort famed for its black swans with a quiet relaxing feel in a Victorian and Georgian setting. At the heart of the town is a central park called the Lawn, an attractive spot for families to play and relax amongst chestnut trees, colourful flower beds and tall palms. The Brook river containing large numbers of trout runs through the gardens cascading over a series of small waterfalls on its way to the sea.

A little further along the coast from Dawlish is Dawlish

Warren, a sandy gently-sloping beach on a spit of land that extends for 2 miles to the mouth of the Exe estuary.

Supervised

by

a

team

lifeguards,

of

has

it

all

the

amenities

and

entertainments

needed

for

a

perfect

seaside break.

 

ST IVES (CHANGE AT ST ERTH)

The best way to arrive in St Ives is by train. Soak up the dramatic views on the St Ives Bay Line from St Erth as the line sweeps alongside the golden sands of Hayle Towans through Carbis Bay and on to St Ives with the panoramic scenery of craggy cliffs and the colourful harbour.

Explore the narrow

streets

into

the

heart

of

this

picturesque town with its many galleries, independent

shops, pubs and restaurants.

Visit Tate St Ives and the

Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Gardens (www.tate.org.uk/stives).

St Ives
St Ives
Summer ’07 Rail Trips from Ivybridge Station TEIGNMOUTH, DAWLISH & DAWLISH WARREN Teignmouth is an historic

Mondays to Fridays

   

* Change N/Abbot

Ivybridge

 

d

08.25

 

11.25

Newton Abbot

 

a 08.53*

 

11.52

Newton Abbot

 

d

09.07

 

11.53

Teignmouth

 

a 09.14

 

12.00

Dawlish

 

a 09.19

 

12.05

Dawlish Warren

 

a 09.23

 

12.08

Saturdays to 08/09/07

           

Ivybridge

 

d

08.27

 

11.25

Newton Abbot

 

a 08.55*

 

11.54*

Newton Abbot

 

d

09.38

 

12.30

Teignmouth

 

a 09.45

 

12.37

Dawlish

 

a 09.50

 

12.42

Dawlish Warren

 

a 09.54

 

12.45

Mondays to Fridays

           

Dawlish Warren

 

d

------

 

17.06

Dawlish

 

d

16.02

 

17.10

Teignmouth

 

d

16.07

 

17.15

Newton Abbot

 

a 16.14

 

17.21*

Newton Abbot

 

d

16.14

 

17.30

Ivybridge

 

a 16.42

 

17.59

Saturdays to 08/09/07

           

Dawlish Warren

 

d

17.07

 

17.44

Dawlish

 

d

17.11

 

17.48

Teignmouth

 

d

17.16

 

17.53

Newton Abbot

 

a 17.22*

 

17.59*

Newton Abbot

 

d

17.29

 

18.20

Ivybridge

 

a 17.58

 

18.48

 

Mondays to Fridays

           

Ivybridge

 

d

09.06

 

10.16

St Erth

 

a 11.09

 

12.10

St Erth

 

d

11.11

 

12.41

St Ives

 

a 11.22

 

12.53

Saturdays to 08/09/07

           

Ivybridge

 

d

07.55

 

10.16

St Erth

 

a 10.02

 

12.18

St Erth

 

d

10.11

 

12.41

St Ives

 

a 10.22

 

12.53

Mondays to Fridays

   

*Change Plymouth

St Ives

 

d

13.56

 

16.25

St Erth

 

a 14.08

 

16.38

St Erth

 

d

14.11

 

16.52

Plymouth

 

a 15.55*

 

18.41

Plymouth

 

d

16.44

 

18.43

Ivybridge

 

a 16.59

 

18.58

Saturdays to 08/09/07

     

St Ives

 

d

13.56

 

14.25

St Erth

 

a 14.08

 

14.38

St Erth

 

d

14.11

 

14.58

Plymouth

 

a 15.55*

 

16.50*

Plymouth

 

d

16.34

 

17.42

Ivybridge

 

a 16.49

 

17.56

Summer ’07 Rail Trips from Ivybridge Station TEIGNMOUTH, DAWLISH & DAWLISH WARREN Teignmouth is an historic

FANTASTIC 4-PAGE “DAYS OUT” SECTION FOR YOU TO PULL-OUT AND KEEP!

LOOE (CHANGE AT LISKEARD)

Take a trip on the scenic Looe Valley Line and explore the natural beauty of South East Cornwall by train. The branch line from Liskeard to Looe is recognised as one of the most picturesque railway journeys in Britain and enjoys wonderful views from the train window – it’s also great for bird watching!

Looe has a fine sandy beach right in the middle of the town, 10 minutes walk from the railway station. It also has access to the South West Coast Path and the hidden beaches and coves along it.

There are plenty of things to do in Looe – the quayside is full of boats offering day trips out, and the streets are a maze of alleyways and back lanes to explore.

LOOE (CHANGE AT LISKEARD) Take a trip on the scenic Looe Valley Line and explore the

Looe Harbour

EDEN PROJECT (BUS SERVICE FROM ST AUSTELL)

Cornwall’s Spectacular Eden Project is easy to reach thanks to “The Eden Branch Line” operated by Truronian providing a high quality link between St Austell railway station and Eden. The easy access bus connects with key trains. Through train and bus tickets are available, which include admission to Eden. No advance booking is necessary.

BARNSTAPLE (SATURDAY THROUGH TRAIN)

Barnstaple, an ancient North Devon town, now boasts a thriving, partly pedestrianised centre including the Greenlanes complex and traditional Pannier Market. The town features many fine buildings and attractive alleyways such as the famous “Butchers’ Row”. Within the town centre you will also discover many excellent places to eat, plus a Museum and Heritage Centre. Barnstaple is renowned for its parks and floral planting having won numerous accolades in the prestigious National Britain in Bloom competition.

There is a through train for Barnstaple on Saturdays leaving Ivybridge at 08.27, arriving at Barnstaple at

10.24

 

# Service runs to 07/09/07

Mondays to Fridays

         

#

Ivybridge

 

d

09.06

 

10.16

Liskeard

 

a 09.47

 

10.57

Liskeard

 

d

09.56

 

11.01

Looe

 

a 10.23

 

11.29

Saturdays to 8/09/07

           

Ivybridge

 

d

07.55

 

10.16

Liskeard

   

a 08.38

   

11.01

Liskeard

 

d

08.41

 

11.04

Looe

 

a 09.09

 

11.31

Mondays to Fridays

   

*Change Plymouth

Looe

 

d

14.30

 

17.10

Liskeard

 

a 15.00

 

17.37

Liskeard

 

d

15.30

 

18.13

Plymouth

   

a 15.55*

   

18.41

Plymouth

 

d

16.44

 

18.43

Ivybridge

 

a 16.59

 

18.58

Saturdays to 8/09/07

     

Looe

 

d

14.30

 

15.49

Liskeard

 

a 15.00

 

16.16

Liskeard

 

d

15.30

 

16.20

Plymouth

   

a 15.55*

   

16.50*

Plymouth

 

d

16.34

 

17.42

Ivybridge

 

a 16.49

 

17.56

 

Mondays to Fridays

           

Ivybridge

   

d

09.06

   

10.16

St Austell

   

a 10.19

   

11.27

St Austell

   

d

10.30

   

11.40

Eden Project

   

a 10.49

   

11.49

Saturdays to 8/09/07

           

Ivybridge

   

d

07.55

   

10.16

St Austell

   

a 09.13

   

11.32

St Austell

   

d

09.30

   

11.40

Eden Project

   

a 09.49

   

11.59

Mondays to Fridays

   

*Change Plymouth

Eden Project

   

d

14.20

   

17.00

St Austell

   

a 14.39

   

17.19

St Austell

   

d

14.59

   

17.40

Plymouth

   

a 15.55*

   

18.41

Plymouth

   

d

16.34

   

18.43

Ivybridge

   

a 16.49

   

18.58

Saturdays to 8/09/07

     

Eden Project

   

d

14.30

   

15.15

St Austell

   

a 14.49

   

15.34

St Austell

   

d

14.59

   

15.47

Plymouth

   

a 15.55*

   

16.51*

Plymouth

   

d

16.44

   

17.42

Ivybridge

   

a 16.49

   

17.56

 

*Change Newton Abbot

^Change Exeter

BARNSTAPLE

           

Return Timings -

     

^

   

*^

Barnstaple

   

d

14.35

   

15.44

Exeter St Davids

   

a 15.41

   

16.45

Exeter St Davids

   

d

15.51

   

16.51

Newton Abbot

   

a 16.15

   

17.22

Newton Abbot

   

d

16.15

   

17.29

Ivybridge

   

a 16.43

   

17.58

PENZANCE & TRURO

Penzance is the largest town on the Land’s End peninsula. With its harbour, regular ferries to the Isles of Scilly in the summer, the National Lighthouse Museum and the Penzance Museum and Art Gallery (housing one of the largest collections of art from the famous Newlyn School) there is plenty to see and do.

Penzance Railway Station is located close to the town centre adjacent to the harbour and the bus station where there are connections to the pretty villages of Newlyn, Mousehole and Marazion – home of the magnificent St Michael’s Mount. Through train and bus PlusBus tickets are available – for details contact Traveline 0871 200 22

33.

Truro boasts one of the best shopping centres in the West. There are two busy covered markets to augment the shops and on Lemon Quay is the Creation Centre, an arcade of specialist shops beneath the same roof as the Pannier Market. This beautiful cathedral city lies close to the confluence of the Truro and Fal rivers offering opportunities for relaxing boat trips.

EXMOUTH (ALL EXMOUTH TRAINS CALL AT EXETER CENTRAL)

Exmouth is at the start of the UNESCO designated Devon Heritage Coast and is well known for its two miles of golden sand and fascinating rock pools which make it a favourite destination for adults and children alike. Beautiful parks and gardens run parallel to the broad Esplanade and have a wide range of attractions including a model railway and boating pools.

The estuary of the River Exe is internationally known for its wildlife and an important habitat for wading and migrating birds. Great views of the Exe can be enjoyed from the Avocet Train Line from Exeter To Exmouth.

PENZANCE & TRURO Penzance is the largest town on the Land’s End peninsula. With its harbour,

Exmouth Boating Lake

Mondays to Fridays

           

Ivybridge

 

d

09.06

 

10.16

Truro

 

a 10.38

 

11.44

Penzance

 

a 11.22

 

12.22

Saturdays to 08/09/07

           

Ivybridge

 

d

07.55

 

10.16

Truro

   

a 09.30

   

11.49

Penzance

 

a 10.13

 

12.31

Mondays to Fridays

   

*Change Plymouth

Penzance

 

d

14.00

 

16.44

Truro

 

d

14.41

 

17.23

Plymouth

 

a 15.55*

 

18.41

Plymouth

   

d

16.44

   

18.43

Ivybridge

 

a 16.59

 

18.58

Saturdays to 08/09/07

     

Penzance

 

d

14.00

 

14.50

Truro

 

d

14.41

 

15.29

Plymouth

 

a 15.55

 

16.50

Plymouth

   

d

16.34

   

17.42

Ivybridge

 

a 16.49

 

17.56

 

*Change Newton Abbot

 

^Change Exeter

Mondays to Fridays

     

*^

   

^

Ivybridge

 

d

08.25

 

11.25

Newton Abbot

 

a 08.53

 

11.52

Newton Abbot

 

d

09.03

 

11.53

Exeter St Davids

 

a 09.21

 

12.34

Exeter St Davids

 

d

09.45

 

12.45

Exmouth

 

a 1013

 

13.13

NB: there is also a through service from Ivybridge dep 13.48, arrive Exmouth 15.13

 

Saturdays to 08/09/07

     

^

   

*

Ivybridge

 

d

08.27

 

11.25

Newton Abbot

 

a 08.55

 

11.54

Newton Abbot

 

d

08.55

 

12.30

Exeter St Davids

 

a 09.16

 

13.09

Exeter St Davids

 

d

09.18

 

13.18

or 09.45

Exmouth

 

a 09.42

 

13.42

or 10.13

Mondays to Fridays

     

^

   

*

Exmouth

 

d

14.50

 

16.20

Exeter St Davids

 

a 15.17

 

16.45

Exeter St Davids

 

d

15.50

 

16.50

Newton Abbot

 

a 16.14

 

17.21

Newton Abbot

 

d

16.14

 

17.30

Ivybridge

 

a 16.42

 

17.59

Saturdays to 08/09/07

     

^

   

*

Exmouth

 

d

14.50

 

16.20

Exeter St Davids

 

a 15.18

 

16.44

Exeter St Davids

 

d

15.51

 

16.51

Newton Abbot

 

a 16.15

 

17.22

Newton Abbot

 

d

16.15

 

17.29

Ivybridge

 

a 16.43

 

17.58

Mondays to Fridays

 

*Change at N/Abbot T/T = Through Train

 

Ivybridge

 

d

08.25

 

11.25

 

13.48

Newton Abbot

 

a 08.53*

 

11.52

 

14.14

Newton Abbot

 

d

09.03

 

12.03

 

14.15

Exeter St Davids

 

a 09.21

 

12.21

 

14.38

(Exeter Central)

   

a -------

         

14.48

     

T/T

Saturdays to 08/09/07

                 

Ivybridge

 

d

08.27

 

11.25

 

12.48

Newton Abbot

 

a 08.55

 

11.54*

 

13.14

Newton Abbot

 

d

08.55

 

12.39

 

13.15

Exeter St Davids

 

a 09.16

 

12.59

 

13.36

Mondays to Fridays

                 

(Exeter Central)

 

d

-------

 

15.38

 

16.42

 

T/T

Exeter St Davids

 

d

15.18

 

15.50

 

16.50

Newton Abbot

 

a 15.39*

 

16.14

 

17.21*

Newton Abbot

 

d

15.56

 

16.14

 

17.30

Ivybridge

 

a 16.24

 

16.42

 

17.59

Saturdays to 08/09/07

                 

(Exeter Central)

 

d

-------

 

15.39

 

16.41

 

T/T

Exeter St Davids

 

d

15.19

 

15.51

 

16.51

Newton Abbot

 

a 15.40*

 

16.15

 

17.22*

Newton Abbot

 

d

16.07

 

16.15

 

17.29

Ivybridge

 

a 16.35

 

16.43

 

17.58

EXETER ST DAVIDS

WITH FREQUENT CONNECTION TO EXETER CENTRAL

Exeter is full of colourful character, history and heritage and offers a delightful mix of high quality attractions, restaurants and excellent shops in a setting of architectural splendour.

From

magnificent

the

Cathedral

and

historic

quayside

to

the

Guildhall

and

Royal Albert Memorial Museum and the

city walls, Exeter has a long and

interesting past from Roman times.

Free

walking tours are available daily (am and pm) arranged by the City Council’s Red Coat Guides covering topics like Medieval Exeter, Roman Exeter, Ghosts and

Legends, and Cathedral to Quay.

For

detailed

information

contact

 

Exeter

Guided

Tours

Information

&

Booking

Office

tel

01392

265203

or

e-mail

guidedtours@exeter.gov.uk

Mondays to Fridays *Change at N/Abbot T/T = Through Train Ivybridge d 08.25 11.25 13.48 Newton

Please check the details of your journey carefully before you travel. The National Rail Information number is 08457 48 49 50 (24 hours). Textphone 0845 65 50 600 www.nationalrail.co.uk. Call in advance if you can and always ask for cheapest fare options

 

From Ivybridge

Adult

Child

Group Save

Cheap Day

5-15 Years

Return

Barnstaple

£9.50

£4.75

£19.00

Dawlish

£4.50

£2.25

£9.00

Dawlish Warren

£4.50

£2.25

£9.00

Exeter

£6.00

£3.00

£12.00

Exmouth

£7.50

£3.75

£15.00

Teignmouth

£4.50

£2.25

£9.00

 

£24.50

£11.00

-

Eden Project incs train, bus & entrance fee Looe

£6.50

£3.25

£13.00

Penzance

£10.50

£5.25

£21.00

St Ives

£10.50

£5.25

£21.00

Truro

£9.50

£4.75

£19.00

Cheap Day Return Fares are available on the 0825 and later trains Monday to Friday and at any time on Saturdays, Sundays and bank holidays. Railcard Discounts apply subject to railcard conditions. GroupSave Fares allow up to 4 people to travel together for the cost of 2 cheap day return fares. Up to 4 additional children can travel at the same time for just £1 return each! GroupSave not available on Virgin Trains. Groups of 10 or more may be eligible for other discounts. Day Ranger Tickets are available at £10 each for adults and £2 for children (NB Railcard Discounts also apply to Adult Day Ranger Tickets).

For further information phone 08457 000 125 for First Great Western Customer Services.

All fares and times correct at the time of going to print in June ’07. No responsibility can be accepted for any errors or omissions in this leaflet. Published by the Ivybridge Rail Users’ Group with assistance from the Devon & Cornwall Rail Partnership (01752 233094) and Ivybridge Town Council (01752 893815). Photographs by kind permission "(c) Simon Lewis www.westcountryviews.co.uk"

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