To be honest,I hadn't really been too excited about the Tiverton Branch Line at first and had a nagging little voice in my head saying,"Well it's not the Exe Valley Railway is it",but it turned out to be a very interesting and pleasant line to explore and we saw many things that we had never seen before.Ultimately though,like with the Exe Valley Line,we were left with that incurable sadness and frustration,that we will never be able to travel down the line the way you were intended to do,by steam train.

Having said that,there was talk of if the Junction 27 M5 developement went ahead,that a tramway would be built along the route of the Tiverton Branch Line,to link the new developement with Tiverton,but I doubt that will ever happen.

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