Celebrate 125 years of the Lynton and Lynmouth Cliff Railway

Lynton and Lynmouth, North Devon

Spend the day on the North Devon coastline in the picturesque towns of Lynton and Lynmouth, enjoying a taste of their industrial heritage.

Celebrate the 125th anniversary of the iconic water-powered cliff railway with a trip up to the coastal town of Lynton. Gently climb the 862 feet of track of this heritage attraction, relishing the beauty of Exmoor and the view of Lynmouth’s charming harbour below.

Stop for a spot of lunch in Lynmouth Pavilion’s restaurant where you can indulge in a hearty meal with a panoramic sea view. Explore the rest of the pavilion, with its heritage projects and interactive displays, to discover Lynton and Lynmouth’s dramatic history.

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The Victorian cliff railway at Lynton is celebrating its 125th anniversaryThe Victorian cliff railway at Lynton © Nigel M Stone
Relax by Lynmouth’s historic harbour and see the fishing boats come and goRelax by Lynmouth’s historic harbour © Nigel M Stone
The newly constructed Lynton Cliff Railway – a feet of Victorian engineeringThe newly constructed Lynton Cliff Railway © Lynmouth Pavilion Project
Ride the railway and enjoy a panorama of the striking North Devon coastRide the railway and enjoy a panorama of the striking North Devon coast © ENPA/Pete Rae
Enjoy lunch with a sea view at Lynmouth PavilionEnjoy lunch with a sea view at Lynmouth Pavilion © Nigel M Stone

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