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Plym Valley Railway



Plym Valley Railway
Marsh Mills Station
Coypool Road

The Plym Valley Railway is part of the closed South Devon and Tavistock Railway near Plymouth, a branch line of the Great Western Railway in Devon.

The Plym Valley Railway is currently rebuilding the 1ΒΌ mile Marsh Mills to Plym Bridge section of the line. The line is being re-created in 1950s to early 1960s period, preserving steam and diesel locomotives, carriages, wagons and other rolling stock, buildings, machinery and equipment of historic railway interest.

The PVR is located just off the A38 Marsh Mills junction, Plymouth. Follow the brown tourist signs from Marsh Mills roundabout, or follow the signs for Coypool Park and Ride. Parking is available in the P&R carpark opposite the railway on Sundays.

Source: Plym Valley Railway at Wikipedia

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