With more Exeter-Exmouth trains every Sunday
how will you make the most of it?

With more Exeter-Exmouth trains every Sunday
how will you make the most of it?

Read about the improved train service

Great Western Railway (GWR) are now running extra trains on Sundays between Exeter Central and Exmouth. The additional services began on 15 May 2016.

Trains will run every half hour through most of the day on Sundays throughout the year, instead of the previous hourly service; with a number extending to Exeter St Davids.

All trains will call at Digby & Sowton, Newcourt, Topsham and Lympstone Village stations. Morning trains to Exmouth and afternoon trains back will also call at Polsloe Bridge, providing more opportunities for a seaside day trip to Exmouth.
 

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SUNDAYS OUT BY TRAIN

 

Fares just £5.00 Adult Off-Peak Day Return (Exeter-Exmouth)
WHERE DOES THE LINE GO?

 

Half-hourly through most of the day

All the extra trains call at Exeter Central, Digby & Sowton, Newcourt, Topsham, Lympstone Village and Exmouth.

Partially improved service

Polsloe Bridge gets extra morning trains to Exmouth and afternoon trains back. A number of the extra trains extend to Exeter St Davids.

Normal hourly service

St James’ Park, Exton and Lympstone Commando have an hourly Sunday service, as previously.