The Seaton Tramway is a narrow gauge electric tram line running for three miles alongside the River Axe through the scenic Axe Valley Wetlands, from Seaton to the ancient town of Colyton via the village of Colyford and carries over 100,000 passengers a year.
The journey takes half an hour from end to end and the Seaton Tramway Terminus is in the town centre. Formerly operating in North Wales, the tramway later moved to Eastbourne before arriving in Seaton in 1970 where the tracks were re-established on a disused GWR branch line.
Open through the year – please call us or visit our website for the latest information. Check our timetable for open days and times.
Address: Seaton Tramway, Riverside Depot, Harbour Road, Seaton, Devon EX12 2NQ.
Telephone: 01297 20375
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