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Newton Abbot

National Rail | station code NTA

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Newton Abbot is a market town with many buildings dating from the mid 19th century when the railway arrived. The landmark St Leonard's Tower, known locally as 'The Clock Tower', was once part of a 13th century chapel and it is occasionally open to the public. A Town Trail leaflet is available from the Tourist Information Centre. Newton Abbot PlusBus tickets are valid within the Torbay area, including buses to Paignton and Torquay.
www.newtonabbot-tc.gov.uk

TI Indoor Market, Market St. Tel. 01626 215667.

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Newton Abbot Town & GWR Museum ¾ mile

Displays cover the history of Newton Abbot and the Great Western Railway. Refreshments. The Museum is housed in a restored former church. Admission free.
Open please see website.
www.museum-newtonabbot.org.uk

Bradley NT 1½ miles

A medieval manor house set in woodland and meadows. Picnics may be taken in the water meadows (also NT).
Open Apr-Oct, TWTh 1100-1700.
www.nationaltrust.org.uk

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