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The station that never saw a single train!

Dartmouth station was built in 1864 by the Dartmouth & Torbay Railway, in readiness for when the line reached there. In the event, for a number of reasons, the line failed to materialise, and ended up about 300 yards away, across the river Dart estuary (behind the building) in Kingswear. The building served as a ticket office until 1972, when its final railway owner, British Railways closed it. Since then it has become a popular restaurant/cafe.

Photographed by Adrian Brodie, September 25, 2021.
Added to the photo archive by Adrian Brodie, September 28, 2021.

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