About Newton Abbot Railway Station
Newton Abbot Railway Station is the main train station serving the market town of Newton Abbot, Devon. It was opened in 1846 during an extension of the South Devon Railway Company’s line from Teignmouth, and for many years was the site of a major locomotive workshop, and a junction for Moretonhampstead.
The English Riviera - the south’s patch of paradise
Known as a popular English holiday destination since the Victorian era, the English Riviera is the perfect place to explore all the best of what Devon has to offer. Home of gorgeous, sandy beaches and resort towns like Torquay, the stunning Dartmoor National Park, and the vibrant cathedral city of Exeter, there’s no end to the unique, memorable experiences you can have in the English Riviera.
Go wild at Shaldon Wildlife Trust
A small wildlife park set in a picturesque patch of woodland just outside of Shaldon, the Shaldon Wildlife Trust is home to some of the most endangered and beautiful animals in the world. Dwarf lemurs, golden lion tamarins, and giant Madagascan jumping rats are just some of the fascinating species you can get an up-close look at in the trust’s unique semi-tropical environment, all the while contributing to the tireless conservation projects going on across the globe.
Looking for a cheap hotel Near Newton Abbot Railway Station? Travelodge Torquay Hotel is a 15-minute drive away, as is Travelodge Paignton Seafront Hotel.