The Dartmouth Steam Railways "King Edward II" runs along the beachside train track at Goodrington Sands
Inside the shiny wooden corridor of a steam train carriage
The sprung cushioned seats and luxury carperts of a bygone era...
Entering Kingswear by steam train - mind you don't get soot in yer eye!
Station sign
A well kept junction box at Kingswear Station
The story of 'Station Jim'
Where Station Jim is buried, just accross the tracks at Kingswear Station
The original GWR (Great Western Railway) South Devon logo
River Dart Trip tourism poster from the 1950's
Model of the P.S. Waverly Steam Powered Boat
The joint Kingswear Train & Boat Station
The 'Lower Ferry' that transports cars from Kingswear to Dartmouth - note the tug boat attached to the side that pulls the barge along
The Britannia Royal Naval College at Dartmouth
The steep hillside of Dartmouth can be seen in this picture, getting up and down from those top houses must take some doing!
P.S. Waverly Steam Powered Boat or 'Kingswear Castle' as it's better known
Home of the Dartmouth museum, this akward leaning building is a old merchant's Tudor house and was built in approximately 1640
The King's Room in the Dartmouth museum - King Charles II was entertained in July 1671 in this room when he took shelter from a storm
Ships in bottles - how do they do it?
View of Dartmouth and the River Dart as painted in 1835, and it hasn't changed that much from what I saw either!
I snapped this quickly from the steam train carriage window on the way to Goodrington Sands from Kingswear - the view is just round the corner from Agatha Christies Holiday Home and the famous Boathouse
Just about to enter a tunnel - can you hear that train whistle???
The Dartmouth Steam Railways '7827 Lydham Manor' steam train pulls out of Goodrington Sands Station