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Seaton Tramway
3 miles of narrow gauge electric tramway running between Seaton and Colyton in the Axe valley alongside the River Axe estuary.
Beer Quarry Caves
Visit quarry caverns that supplied the famous Beer Stone to 24 cathedrals including Exeter and St.Paul's. Take an underground guided tour through these vast man-made caves that date back to Roman times.
Pecorama
Model railway including passenger rides through the Peco gardens.

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The Seaton Visitor Attractions category includes results from a selection of the Devon towns and villages. These areas can be viewed within the Devon Towns index. Visit the { Seaton Directory } for more area information.
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