PAY JUST ONCE - RIDE ALL DAY TICKET FARES - RETURN Adult £7.00 LYNTON & LYNMOUTH CL I F F R AI L WAY DISCOVER Child (under 14) £3.00* EXMOOR’S HIDDEN TREASURE Family (2 adults + 3 Children) £18.00 LYNTON & BARNSTAPLE RAILWAY at Seniors (over 65) £5.00 1ST CLASS UPGRADE £2.00 per adult (per each return trip) Woody Bay Station * 1st Child or under 5s travel FREE when accompanied by a fare-paying adult er 5s Und Child t or1s avel TRAIN TIMES Travel Information Tr E* FRE Woody Bay Station (Depart) By Car/Coach 10.45 - 11.30 - 12.15 - 13.30 - 14.15 - 15.00 - 15.45** - 16.00* - 16.30** Sat Nav Postcode is EX31 4RA.We are on the A39 half way between Blackmoor Gate and Lynton. From the M5 turn off at Junction 27 and take Killington Lane (Depart) the A361.At South Molton, take the A399 for Lynton and Combe Martin.At 11.00 - 11.45 - 12.30 - 13.45 - 14.30 - 15.15 - 16.00** - 16.15* - 16.45** Blackmoor Gate, turn onto the A39 for Lynton.We are about four miles from * runs only until July 8th and from Sept 12th; does not run in Dec this junction.The station entrance is on the left. Parking is free. Coach ** runs only between July 9th - Sept 11th inclusive parties are advised to call in advance so we can reserve seats for your party. All times subject to change during special events By Bus The 309 and 310 services start from Barnstaple Bus Station and stop at Woody Bay Station on their way to Lynton.The 300 bus is a limited service between llfracombe, Combe Martin and Lynmouth, where there is a connecting service with Minehead. For bus times and information contact Traveline on 0870 608 2608. By Rail From Exeter take First Great Western’s 'Tarka Line' to Barnstaple. Make your way over the river bridge to Barnstaple bus station. For train times contact National Rail Enquiries on 08457 48 49 50. ACCESSIBILITY - Wheelchair users and helpers are welcome on our trains and our Guards are always on hand to provide assistance. Our toilets are designed with wheelchair users in mind. Well-behaved dogs are also welcome and travel free as long as their owners have purchased tickets. Lynton & Barnstaple Railway Woody Bay Station Martinhoe Cross, Parracombe, North Devon, EX31 4RA 2011 t: 01598 763487 www.lynton-rail.co.uk Reg. Charity No. 1082564 Service Disclaimer: Every effort will be made to ensure running is as per timetable. However, the Lynton & Barnstaple Railway cannot be held accountable for unforeseen circumstances.We reserve the right to alter or cancel services and facilities advertised and accept no responsibility as a consequence of any changes. WWW.LYNTON-RAIL.CO.UK Reviving North Devon’s Lost Railway Heritage The Gift Shop provides the perfect opportunity to “I visited the Lynton and Barnstaple Railway with browse for books, gifts, special souvenirs or that valued my wife and two daughters. I am pleased to say reminder of your time spent with us. We stock a wide that we all enjoyed the experience. In addition to range of items, and there's an impressive range its location, we particularly liked the general of exclusive L&B books and souvenirs as well as other tidiness (especially the toilets), the tea rooms and items - all ideal gifts for the enthusiast. the general ambience of the station and the environs.The focus on customer enjoyment rather SOMETHING SPECIAL? than just running a railway is to be commended.” Ask about party bookings or group use of any of our facilities: kids party, birthday party, photo charter, film location or whatever else you may have in mind. NEW FOR THIS YEAR For more information about Special Events or Footplate Experience Courses ABOUT YOUR VISIT indeed everything else, please contact us. Woodland Nature Reserve Come and enjoy the enchanting atmosphere of Woody Bay. Step aboard our train at England’s highest narrow- Parking is all on-site and FREE 2011 SPECIAL EVENTS gauge railway station for a nostalgic journey on the legendary Lynton & Barnstaple Railway. New Volunteer Days 26th & 27th March About the Lynton & Barnstaple Railway - Opened on Spring Vintage Weekend 14th & 15th May 11th May 1898, its narrow gauge of 1ft 11 1/2 in (600mm) Railwayana Valuation Day 3rd July Take your seat on the train, relax and soak up the was purposely chosen to reduce construction costs as delights of the beautiful Exmoor landscape as you pass Autumn Gala 24th & 25th September it allowed the line to follow the natural contours of the Armistice Day 11th November by sweeping farmland, heather-clad hills and wooded North Devon countryside. valleys. And keep an eye out for our resident buzzard Santa Specials 10th, 11th, 17th, 18th, flying overhead, or perhaps a hare or deer darting away 21st - 24th December Originally over 19 miles long, much of it on a gradient Mince Pie Specials 26th, 27th, 31st December from the train. Look further afield and on a clear day, of 1 in 50 and built to a very high standard, it closed in see if you can spot the coastline of Wales in the 1st January 1935 when the last train left Woody Bay Station at distance. 20.20hrs on the 29th September. By September 1936 it Also being considered are a Treasure Hunt, Teddy Bears’ was completely dismantled. Reopened in 2004, our Picnic, Birds of Prey and a Beer Festival - see flyers or website Our Edwardian Tea Rooms offer a variety of meals and one-mile section of line is currently the UK's longest- for details and dates. light-bites. Enjoy a freshly-made sandwich or slice of closed section of railway to be reopened by volunteers. cake or savour a taste of Devon: local clotted cream, super strawberry jam and our special home-baked The railway is owned by a Charitable Trust and is run scones. Or in autumn and winter, partake of a warming "not for profit", with most of the key roles undertaken bowl of home-made soup whilst seated by our real coal by volunteers. We are funded mainly by our visitors fire. and through the generosity of our members and supporters. All is reinvested back into the railway for Outside, our tea gardens, lawns, picnic area and future generations to enjoy.The purchase of your ticket platforms are the perfect place to relax while enjoying will also help to extend the line still further. Please do the magnificent views of the rolling Exmoor consider making a small donation or joining us as a countryside. Explore our historic L&B goods van and member. If you fancy a new challenge and want to be discover an interesting display of photographs both past involved, please ask about volunteering. and present. There's also our miniature railway which Thank you for your support. operates on selected days.