Steam Trains at Dawlish Warren
Steam Train Tours passing Dawlish Warren
The Torbay Express
This is one of the most Extraordinary and Scenic Railway Journeys in Europe. BBC Television hired helicopters to home-in on ‘The Torbay Express’ for its award-winning programme ‘Coast’, showing some wonderful aerial sequences of GWR ‘King’ No.6024 King Edward I ducking and diving around the red-sandstone inlets and coves, and bobbing between the tunnels along the sea wall near Teignmouth.
That really wasn’t a surprise, for the steam-hauled ‘Torbay Express’ and the old GWR ‘West of England Main Line’ together make one of the most enchanting railway journeys anywhere in the world, and after eight consecutive summers of operation, the train now enjoys full ‘celebrity’ status.
Passes Dawlish Warren at approximately: mid morning and returns late afternoon. More information on the Torbay Express website. Dawlish Warren is a great place to see Steam trains and take fantastic photographs!
- Torbay Express information
The Royal Duchy
These exciting steam train excursions are from Bristol Temple Meads, Yatton and Taunton to Devon & Cornwall. The Royal Duchy was a train of yesteryear, and the trains follow the same route to Cornwall, one of two royal duchies in England. The spectacular journey includes running beside the sea at Dawlish and a series of steep inclines known as the South Devon Banks.
Dawlish Warren is a great place to see Steam trains and take fantastic photographs!
- Royal Duchy information
The Cathedrals Express
A day out on The Cathedrals Express is one to be remembered. The vintage carriages, the sound of the engine’s whistle and the smoke drifting past the window evoke memories of a bygone age of steam train travel. Organised by Steam Dreams.
- Steam Dreams information
Steam Train Dates 2017 - *2 steam trains expected!
- May 6, 7, 29
- June 18, 24
- July 2, 7, 9, 23*
- August 6, 20
- September 3*, 10, 26
- October 14