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Clifford and Morag Bradley - Bedfordshire
Lots of fun - 3 very excited little boys!
The Barton Family - Hildenborough, Kent
Back in 2010, I saw an L&B loco haul a passenger train into Woody Bay station - something I never thought any of... continued
Andrew - Hampshire
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Andy - Havant
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
I just loved all the enthusiasm of the people running the railway and station.
Mrs Valerie Watts - Swindon, Wiltshire
A really great place to visit. Good outing for all the family
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The Last Narrow-Gauge Railway Adventure

How Pilton East Assembled an L&BR Carriage body in six hours.


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Of course the L&B Trust is not content with carrying passengers over the section currently open and is hard at work on a project to extend the railway to Blackmoor, Wistlandpound and eventually back to Lynton.

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

The World awaits the Possible Dream

 More than 78 years after the railway's closure, you can once more board a train of original L&B coaches at England's highest narrow-gauge railway station - the delightfully named Woody Bay Station - 1,000 feet up on wild Exmoor.
 
Run almost entirely by volunteers, we are a "non-profit" organisation owned by its Members with the mission to fully restore as much as we can of the legendary Lynton & Barnstaple Railway.

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Part financed by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development
2007 - 2013: Europe investing in Rural Areas

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