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Wonderful - good to see it blossom over the years
Sheena and Tony Lee - Basildon
We have had a really lovely day at Woody Bay Station.  Rode to Killington Lane - walked to the Fox and Goose -... continued
Jane and John Hadley - Ludlow
Last rode the train from Lynton to Blackmoor in 1929! Good to be back
Peter Read - Bristol
Great Little Railway!
Barbara and Gerry Willburn - Longbeach, California, USA
I visited the L&B with my wife and two daughters. I enjoyed the experience far more than expected - there was more... continued
Bruce and Kristina - Somerset
Super Place! Lovely cream teas, friendly staff and live steam too!! Thanks!
The Hill Family - Mapperley, Nottingham
cool and interesting I love it!
Paul and Naomi Wimseft - Chudleigh, Devon
A really great place to visit. Good outing for all the family
Carol and Colin Silk - Gravesend
I called in on my way to a holiday in Cornwall and was very impressed with the railway atmosphere and the friendly... continued
Pete Taylor
I just loved all the enthusiasm of the people running the railway and station.
Mrs Valerie Watts - Swindon, Wiltshire

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- SHARE ISSUE-

The Lynton & Barnstaple Railway Trust has formed the L&B Blackmoor Company Plc with an intention for it to issue shares, and to acquire and run the Old Station House Inn pub, restaurant and surrounding property. The Inn was formerly Blackmoor Station.

If you are interested in learning more about this issue, please use the button below to log your details and contact will be made in due course.

Investments of this nature carry risks to your capital, as well as potential rewards.

Approved as a financial promotion by the law firm Bates Wells & Braithwaite London LLP.

Click HERE to register your interest


The Last Narrow-Gauge Railway Adventure



The railway reopens this weekend

Sunday 14th February

First train at 10:45


We are hard at work on the project to extend the railway to Blackmoor, Wistlandpound and eventually back to Lynton - but how did we get to here? CLICK HERE to find out.

LATEST NEWS HERE


HELP US TO MAKE THE RAILWAY LONGER

For less than the price of a cuppa you can help us make this happen

CLICK HERE - to read how


Did you know that having a heritage railway nearby significantly boosts the local economy?

The World awaits the Possible Dream

More than eighty years after its closure in 1935, you can once more board a train of original L&B carriages at England's highest narrow-gauge railway station - the delightfully named Woody Bay Station - 1,000 feet up on wild Exmoor.
Operated almost entirely by volunteers, we are a "non-profit" organisation owned by its Members with the mission to fully restore the legendary Lynton & Barnstaple Railway.

At 964 feet above sea level, Woody Bay is the highest railway station in Southern England.
 

Leader4, defra and EU logos - Part financed by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development
Part financed by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development
2007 - 2013: Europe investing in Rural Areas

Exmoor National Park funding button

 

Corporate Supporters - Where to Stay

The Denes button  Fox and Goose button  Lynton Cottage Hotel buttonMoorlands button  Nightingails button  Sinai House button