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Tarka Line
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The Tarka Line runs for 39 miles between Exeter and Barnstaple.
Passenger services on the line are operated by Great Western Railway
Great Western Railway (GWR)  website
In September 2015 the business name was changed from First Great Western to Great Western Railway (GWR).
Changing from First Great Western to GWR - Our vision  website

LIVE Train Times for Barnstaple  website
LIVE Train Times for Exeter St Davids  website
Buy Train Tickets  website
Train Times  website
Tickets, Railcards and Season Tickets  website
Check Your Journey  website
Journey Information  website
The Tarka Line - Exeter to Barnstaple  website
(from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)
Stations
Exeter Centralwebsite  ♦Exeter St Davidswebsite ♦Newton St. Cyreswebsite ♦Creditonwebsite  ♦Yeofordwebsite  ♦Copplestonewebsite  ♦Morchard Roadwebsite  ♦Lapfordwebsite  ♦Eggesfordwebsite  ♦King's Nymptonwebsite  ♦Portsmouth_Armswebsite  ♦Umberleighwebsite  ♦Chapeltonwebsite  ♦Barnstaplewebsite

Experience the beauty of the Devonshire countryside. Travelling by train takes you on a journey running 39 miles between the Cathedral City of Exeter and the historic market towns of Crediton and Barnstaple. The Tarka line is one of the country's most scenic rural branch lines and follows the course of the Yeo and Taw valleys, offering picturesque views of the Tarka countryside.
The Tarka Line is one of the railway lines supported by the Devon and Cornwall Rail Partnership website, An organisation formed in 1991 to promote railway services in the area. The line is promoted by many means such as regular timetable and scenic line guides, as well as leaflets highlighting leisure opportunities such as walking or visiting country pubs.

Great Scenic Railways. Devon and Cornwall  website
This website is run by the Devon & Cornwall Rail Partnership. We are one of the longest established and largest Community Rail Partnerships in the country. We are a non-profit organisation, and work to: Promote travel on the counties' branch lines, Seek improvements to services and facilities, Promote the places served by the branch lines and help the local economy, Promote engagement and two-way communication between the community and the rail industry.
The Tarka Line  website
♦Tickets, ♦Train Times, ♦Information, ♦Places to explore, ♦Walks, ♦Rail Ale Trails ....
One of Britain's most scenic railways, the Tarka Line runs for 39 miles between Exeter and Barnstaple, following the gentle river valleys of the Yeo and Taw. The line has linked North and South Devon since 1854.
Featured Destinations
.... Barnstaple  website
.... Crediton  website
.... Eggesford  website


The Tarka Line Rail Ale Trail  website
Explore the scenic Tarka Line, stopping off at pubs along the way to enjoy locally brewed ales and excellent food.
How it works ....
.... Enjoy a scenic day out by train.
.... Hop on & off to sample great pubs
.... At each pub, get your sheet stamped.
.... With 10 stamps get a fab T-shirt.
Tarka Rail Association  website
The Tarka Rail Association is a voluntary organisation which exists to support and further the interests of users of the rail line between Exeter and Barnstaple.
Friday Night Train  website
On fridays only a late evening train departs from Exeter Central at 22:49 and Exeter St Davids at 22:53.
Upcoming Engineering Work  website
Station Masters Cafe  website
Station Masters Cafe  Facebook
Barnstaple Railway Station.