Ivybridge station was opened in July 1994 about 1/2 mile east of the original GWR station which closed in 1959. The station is on the main Paddington to Penzance line but is not serviced by Cross Country at present. The station is serviced by First Great Western. See websites page for links to this company
Ivybridge is a town that has grown in the last 25 years from a small town of around 1,000 inhabitants to approximately 13,000 with new housing estates at both the east end and west end of the town. It is situated between the A38 dual carriageway and the southern edge of Dartmoor where the main rail line runs.
Ivybridge is sometimes referred to as the gateway to the moors and is at the southern end of the Two Moors Way.
The site contains information about how and why the group was formed and our aims and objectives and current campaigns. The site also includes a list of members of the committee, current information on train services and the latest news items.
The site also allows for guests to submit enquiries, suggestions or questions.
There are links to several other useful sites on the links page, such as Ivybridge Town Council, National Rail, the local train operating companies, cheap tickets search, other campaign groups, holiday links and a Live Departure board for Ivybridge.
SITE LAST UPDATED...........04/03/2014
If you want to contact the group directly, please ring Ivybridge Town Council (01752 893815) who will give you details of the committee and member's contact details or you can contact me (Malcolm Thomson) through the guestbook page. If appropriate I will always reply.