Ride 1 section or get an all day ticket! Your choice.



Meet your drivers and conductors for the Land Train


Get the train in town for a ride to the seafront!



Exciting Exploration of Exmouth!

Hop on and hop off the Exmouth Land Train to visit the town centre with its range of independent shops, the seafront with 2 miles of golden sand and excellent eateries all whilst making use of the cheapest all day parking!



    2 miles of golden sand from the mouth of the Exe Estuary to the start of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage site.
    Boat trips, theatre, bowling and eateries as well as ice cream!

  • TOWN


    Many independant shops are waiting for you to explore them including a proud selection of eateries from pub grub to cafes to restaurants



    Catch the train from the doorstep of your accomodation to access the town and the seafront with ease. The train is also wheelchair accessible.


    "HOP ON/OFF"

    Unlimited travel on the Land train to ensure you have explored far and wide from seafront to docks to the town and the Beacon

The train route is split into 3 sections, all joined to form a giant loop around Exmouth linking the beach to the town.
Arriving at each stop every hour this regular service links some of the best things there are to do in Exmouth including the cinema, bowling, the beach, boat trips and shopping.
Each section costs just £1 or you can buy an unlimited day rider ticket for £5

The first train will depart Maer Car Park at 9am
The last train of the day will depart Maer Car Park at 5pm

The Timetable
Stop 1 - Maer Car Park - On the Hour
Stop 2 - Lifeboat Station - 3 minutes past
Stop 3 - Exe Fishing - 8 minutes past
Stop 4 - Aby's Channel View - 11 minutes past
Stop 5 - Imperial Hotel - 14 minutes past
Stop 6 - Stuart Line Cruises - 20 minutes past
Stop 7 - Train & Bus Station - 30 minutes past
Stop 8 - Town Centre - 35 minutes past
Stop 9 - Manor Hotel - 40 minutes past
Stop 10 - Ashton Court Hotel - 44 minutes past
Stop 11 - Ocean Blue - 50 minutes past

Send us your photographs from your trips on the Land Train
We love to see and hear about your time with us.
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    After the success of our first ever private charter of the Exmouth Land Train we’d like to encourage more of you to hire the train.

    We are happy to annouce a hire charge of £150 for an exclusive one hour scenic trip around Exmouth for up to 50 people.  That is just £3 per person!

    We think this woud be perfect for lots of groups.  Up until October the train is available after 6pm every single day.  Between October and Easter we will be available during the day also making us ideal for school trips too!

    Please get in touch with your thoughts!


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    After a series of delays, today see’s the launch of the Exmouth Land Train and photographed is the team behind it.

    The train was supposed to start in May but after a series of unforseen delays at the factory, the train has been delayed and will be arriving tomorrow! In the meantime, we are using a similar train to start the service. To say however we are excited over today is a huge UNDERSTATEMENT!

    We look forward to seeing you on the train!



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    Two things to tell you about!

    Firstly, you can visit our facebook page and place your vote (or ‘like’) to name the locomotive engine of the Exmouth Land Train. We have chosen four names from recent Exmouth history and are letting the public decide which will grace our engine;

    Bill Sleeman – Exmouth’s unofficial historian, Bill Sleeman owned Sleeman’s Gentlemen’s outfitter which is still on Exeter Road today.

    Brian Rowsell - A coxswain with Exmouth Lifeboat for 18 years and served the RNLI for 30 years.  He was a respected hero to many in Exmouth and passed away in September 2013

    Garth Gibson - Exmouth’s popular town crier for nine years and also a member of the Exmouth Shanty Men.  To many he was an ambassador for Exmouth

    Geoff Ingram - Entered Exmouth history as a hero for through an act that ensured the safety of his crew but the tragic loss of his life when his fishing vessel Sarah Jayne capsized.  He was a member of the Exmouth RNLI and was awarded the Vellum Service Certificate in 1985

    Secondly, we are still looking for one or two more people to join our team!  If you hold a PCV license you could be our next train driver.  Or perhaps you’d prefer to join as a conductor.  Both roles require and enthusiastic and self-motivated person who is happy to be an representative of Exmouth.  For further information send an enquiry through this website or call us on 07597 358659



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    We’ve been a little quiet on the posting front but hopefully this will make up for it!

    Click this link


    and you’ll be able to see some photographs of the Exmouth Land Train during construction.  She is currently being painted to bring her to the official colours of blue and cream.

    Why not follow our facebook page to keep up to date with future postings?


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    By May 2014 Exmouth will once again have a Land Train providing a service to link the seafront with the town and popular hotels.

    The locomotive will pull three carriages and carry upto sixty people.

    The home base will be Maer Road Car Park, and in combination with taking the Land Train you can park all day here for just £3!

    The Land Train will visit 11 stops hourly and the driver and conductor will offer a live commentary on points of interest and little known facts during the journey.

    A Day Rider ticket will be available for just £5 allowing unlimited journies on one day to ensure you have explored Exmouth to its fullest

    Look out for details and information on the Land train soon!

Address // Maer Road Car Park

Telephone. // 07597 358659

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