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 the former Blackmoor Station.
To find out about the issue, please complete the registration.
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, a firm authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (registered FCA number 466148).
With all our Planning Applications now with ENPA and NDC, we are concentrating on the next step - looking at ways to raise the required funding for the expansion of the railway.
As part of an ongoing publicity campaign, the L&BR has commissioned a DVD featuring a low-level flyover of the route of the planned extension, all the way from Woody Bay to Wistlandpound. This new footage is to be combined with archive cine and photos as well as a commentary. As you will appreciate, the cost is in the thousands of pounds which is why we are asking for your help with this essential project. CLICK HERE to read more and if you can, please make a contribution.
Flying the L&B - the DVD. A taster!
Why has it taken so long? CLICK HERE to find the answer
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.