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West Country Branch Line Weekend and Cider Festival

An event in May in Devon
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Event timing: Late May
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A celebration of a typical West Country branch line, featuring branch line trains, including auto trains and goods trains. Trains all day and into the evening. Cider festival at Staverton station.

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