About Exeter Central Railway Station
Exeter Central Railway Station is one of three train stations serving the cathedral city of Exeter, Devon. It was opened in 1860, and originally only had a single platform and two tracks, covered by a large train shed structure. One of its signal boxes, dating back to 1927, can still be seen Near its bridge overpass.
Exeter - the heart of Devon
The county capital of Devon, Exeter is a magnificent cathedral city where the past and present blend to create an unforgettable visitor experience. Here, you can spend the morning visiting its incredible cathedral and ancient Roman wall, then fill the afternoon with retail therapy at the modern and popular Princesshay shopping centre. With plenty to see and do within the city’s borders and the beautiful South Devon Coast just a stone’s throw away, you’re sure to make some warm memories during your visit to Exeter.
Discover Powderham Castle
Powderham Castle is one of the most popular attractions in the Exeter area, with so much to do it’s hard to fit it all into one day! Regular guided tours will take you down secret, medieval passages and haunted hallways, and the acres of lovingly-kept grounds outside feature a nature trail and arts and crafts nook for the kids. A rich programme of displays and events will add even more excitement to the day, making Powderham Castle a great day out for the whole family.
Planning a trip to Exeter Central Railway Station? Travelodge Exeter M5 Hotel is a 20-minute drive away, and Travelodge Tiverton Hotel can be reached in half an hour.