Walks from Torre Station
A broad gauge branch was opened by the South Devon Railway from Newton Abbot in 1848, this station being the terminus and known as Torquay.
The line was extended in 1859, when the present Torquay railway station at Livermead opened. This station was renamed Torre. The South Devon Railway amalgamated with the Great Western Railway in 1876. These days the station is not staffed but still maintained by Great Western Railway.
Immerse yourself in the world of the best-selling author, Agatha Christie. Starting at Torquay Railway Station, travel along Torquay’s seafront passing some of the places associated with her life and works. Each location is marked with a unique plaque.
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Taking in the historic, picturesque village of Cockington this walk takes you through green fields and wooded combes with a beautiful view from the outer reaches of the Cockington Estate down across this hidden valley which is now a Country Park. Back in Cockington take a horse and carriage ride to the South West Coast Path in Livermead followed by a brief walk back to Torquay Station.Read more »
The South West Coast Path offers superb walks where it passes through some of Devon's seaside towns. This is an excellent example. This urban Coast Path walk winds its way eastward through a quiet surprisingly rural area before returning to the station via the harbour, where there are splendid views over the bay.Read more »