Exeter St Davids railway station
It is the second busiest station in Devon, with around 200,000 fewer customers each year than Plymouth. Passenger numbers increased by 30% between April 2002 and April 2007..
The station opened on 1 May 1844.
There are two ways from St Davids to London. The main line is the First Great Western service by the Bristol to Exeter line to Paddington station, but there is also a trains by South West Trains on the West of England Main Line to Waterloo. The station is one of the few that have trains to London going in other ways at both ends of the station. There are also trains by CrossCountry to Birmingham New Street, the North of England and Scotland.
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