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Shaldon Bridge is a road bridge that crosses the River Teign just south of Teignmouth Station
Railway type and traffic
There is a regular service along this stretch of line including hourly local trains, hourly Great Western HSTs, half-hourly Voyagers and semi-fast workings by Wessex Trains, South West Trains and Arriva Trains Wales.
The road bridge is fairly busy with traffic but seems safe enough.
From the A380 take the B3192 to Teignmouth. At the end of the road turn right on to the A381 Bitton Park Road. The bridge is a left turn shortly along this road at the traffic lights.Click here to set up your location for directions to this location Teignmouth, Shaldon Bridge map co-ordinates
There are places to park in Teignmouth itself but not many around the bridge.
Turn right outside Teignmouth Station along Bitton Park Road until you reach a set of traffic lights where the road becomes Bishopsteignton Road. Follow the road left and this will take you down to the bridge. Walking time around 20 to 25 minutes.Click here to set up your location for directions to this location
Teignmouth has plenty of shops, cafes, pubs etc. There are public conveniences near the bridge adjacent to a Rugby field.
Teignmouth is a popular holiday resort with plenty of accommodation.
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Teignmouth, Shaldon Bridge
Teignmouth, Shaldon Bridge general view map
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Teignmouth, Shaldon Bridge
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Views can be had of north and south bound trains although the amount of traffic on the bridge makes it difficult to cross quickly. Due to the amount of traffic it is very noisy for videographers.
General views - All photographs © Stuart Benson unless otherwise stated
Fig 1 - Looking north
Fig 2 - Looking south
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