Lynton and Lynmouth railway station was the terminus of the Lynton and Barnstaple Railway, a narrow-gauge line that ran through Exmoor from Barnstaple to Lynton and Lynmouth in North Devon, England. The station served the twin towns of Lynton.
The station opened on 11 May 1898. Originally providing accommodation for the station master and his family.
From 1923 the line was operated by the Southern Railway, but it closed on 29 September 1935.
Now within the Exmoor national park, the station building has become a private residence, the former goods shed has been divided into two cottages, and a number of private residences have been built close to the trackbed on the approaches to the former station. The rebuilt L&BR is planned to terminate at a new station closer to Lynton.
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