From the SDR Homepage: GWR 0-6-0 No 3205 was built in Swindon in 1946 and is the sole surviving member of the 120-strong 2251 class of locomotives designed by C. B. Collett. The class was built fo... (more)
7827 Lydham Manor, visiting the South Devon Railway for a short period, drifts past Hood Bridge hauling the 14:15 Buckfastleigh to Totnes on Monday 16th September 2013
D8110 at Buckfastleigh after working its last booked passenger train on the South Devon Railway before leaving the line for a new career with HNRC. Sunday 21st July 2013
D7612 stands at Buckfastleigh before working the 10:00 departure to Totnes on Saturday 30th June 2012
Visiting the railway for the first time since 1984, GWR 0-4-2T No.1450 departs Buckfastleigh working the 17:40 to Staverton on Saturday 28th August 2010
33002 stabled at Buckfastleigh on Saturday 12th June 2010
55000 with brake coach 43147 approaches Nursery Pool Bridge on Sunday 28th February 2010
33002 hauls the 08:20 Buckfastleigh – Totnes ballast past Caddaford on Saturday 13th June 2009
Class 37 37037 looks like it is ready for scrapping. Fortunately, it is undergoing restoration and is now resplendent in early BR green livery as D6737.
5552 passes Hood Bridge hauling the 13:50 Buckfastleigh – Totnes on Sunday 12th April 2009
6695 heads towards Woodville hauling the 09:20 Buckfastleigh – Totnes on Sunday 12th April 2009
D6737 departs Buckfastleigh hauling the 10:10 to Totnes
The South Devon Railway operates on the former GWR Branch Line from Totnes - Buckfastleigh. The line is run by volunteers and a number of paid staff. They are dedicated to preserving a typical GW ... (more)
Running under the pseudonym 37321, South Devon Railway 37037 seen just south of Buckfastleigh during the Easter Monday Transport Gala.