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Teignmouth can be found in Devon, England, United Kingdom in Europe

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Waves rush over the beach at Teignmouth at dawn, Devon, England. Winter (January) 2016 Featured Teignmouth Image

Waves rush over the beach at Teignmouth at dawn, Devon, England. Winter (January) 2016

© Adam Burton / AWL Images

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Scenery of Devon - Teignmouth - General View Featured Teignmouth Image

Scenery of Devon - Teignmouth - General View

Victorian Glass Lantern Slide from a series on the scenery of Devon - Teignmouth - General View. Part of Box 204 Boswell Collection Date: circa 1890s

© The Boswell Collection, Bexley Heritage Trust / Mary Evans

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Dawlish, Devon, c1860 Featured Teignmouth Image

Dawlish, Devon, c1860

Dawlish, Devon, c1860. This viewshows the track of Isambard Kingdom Brunel's (1806-1859) South Devon Railway. The South Devon was an example of an atmospheric railway, which did not use locomotives, the carriages being moved along the tracks by air pressure, a system devised by Samuel Clegg Jnr (1814-1856) and Joseph Samuda (1813-1885). The engine house visible in the right middle distance provided power to exhaust the tube. A daily service of four trains began between Exeter and Teignmouth in September 1847, and was extended to Newton Abbot in January 1848. By June 1848 the difficulties with the tube made conversion to conventional steam trains inevitable. The railway later became part of the Great Western Railway (GWR) Illustration after George Townsend for Views of Devon and Cornwall by Henry Besley. (Exeter, c1860)

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