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by L.W. Pomroy

eBook The Heathfield to Exeter (Teign Valley) Railway (Railway ARKives) download ISBN: 1873029047
Author: L.W. Pomroy
Publisher: ARK Publications (Railways) (October 4, 1995)
Language: English
Pages: 160
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The Teign Valley line was a single-track railway line that ran from Heathfield, Devon, to Exeter via the Teign Valley. It joined the South Devon main line at Exeter City Basin Junction. The Teign Valley Railway Company was given Royal Assent in 1863 and opened on 9 October 1882, branching from the Moretonhampstead and South Devon Railway's station at Heathfield, to Christow. In 1903 the line was extended to Exeter. It served mineral quarries in the valley and had a passenger service.

Heathfield railway station, originally Chudleigh Road railway station before the Teign Valley Line opened, was on the Moretonhampstead and South Devon Railway at Heathfield, nearly 4 miles from Newton Abbot, Devon, England

Heathfield railway station, originally Chudleigh Road railway station before the Teign Valley Line opened, was on the Moretonhampstead and South Devon Railway at Heathfield, nearly 4 miles from Newton Abbot, Devon, England. The station was opened with the line on 1 July 1874 as 'Chudleigh Road', but was renamed 'Heathfield' on 1 October 1882. It became a junction when the Teign Valley Railway opened to Ashton, Devon in 1882

The Teign Valley Railway Company was given Royal Assent in 1863 and opened on 9 October 1882, branching from the Moretonhampstead and South Devon Railway's station at Heathfield, to Christow. The Teign Valley Line.

The Teign Valley Railway Company was given Royal Assent in 1863 and opened on 9 October 1882, branching from the Moretonhampstead and South Devon Railway's station at Heathfield, to Christow. For a brief time there was an engine shed at Ashton. Poole: Oxford Publishing Co. ISBN 0-86093-194-3.

The Teign Valley Line was a single line railway that ran from Heathfield, Devon to Exeter via the Teign Valley

The Teign Valley Line was a single line railway that ran from Heathfield, Devon to Exeter via the Teign Valley. It had main stations at Chudleigh, Christow and Ide before joining the South Devon main line at Exeter City Basin Junction. cite book last Pomroy first L W title The Teign Valley Line publisher Oxford Publishing Co. date 1984 location Poole id ISBN 0-86093-194-3 cite book last Kay first Peter title The Teign Valley Line publisher Wild Swan Publications date 1996 location Didcot id ISBN 1-874103-28-3 cite book last Jenkins first S C coauthors Pomroy, L J title .

1883 The company was incorporated as the Exeter, Teign Valley and Chagford Railway. This line was to be . 5 mile in length. Grace's Guide is the leading source of historical information on industry and manufacturing in Britain. This web publication contains 135,955 pages of information and 218,158 images on early companies, their products and the people who designed and built them. Exeter, Teign Valley and Chagford Railway. 1883 The company was incorporated as the Exeter, Teign Valley and Chagford Railway.

Heathfield railway station, originally Chudleigh Road before the Teign Valley Line opened, was on the Moretonhampstead and South . The station became a junction when the Teign Valley Railway opened to Ashton, Devon in 1874.

Heathfield railway station, originally Chudleigh Road before the Teign Valley Line opened, was on the Moretonhampstead and South Devon Railway at Heathfield, nearly 4 miles from Newton Abbot, Devon, England.

The Exeter & Teign Valley Railway is owned and operated by Colin Burges. DIRECTIONS to CHRISTOW STATION From Exeter: Follow the B3212 in the direction of Moretonhampstead and turn left onto the B3193 at Farrants Cross. Go as far as the Teign House crossroads and follow the signs to Sheldon. From Plymouth: Follow the B3193 from Chudleigh as far as the Teign House and from there the signs to Sheldon.