|/ /1844||South Devon Railway|
|29/03/1844||Dalkey Atmospheric Railway (Dublin and Kingstown Railway)|
2 mile long extension opened from Kingstown Harbour to Dalkey [1st]. This used Samuda and Clegg^s Atmospheric Railway system (later used by Brunel for the South Devon Railway).
|/ /1846||South Devon Railway|
Opened as an atmospheric railway between Exeter and Newton Abbott. This was not successful and the principal was abandoned.
|/ /1848||South Devon Railway|
Torquay branch opened
|/ /1849||South Devon Railway|
Line opened to Plymouth
|/ /1851||South Devon Railway|
Line operated by Contactors
|/ /1866||South Devon Railway|
Contractors cease to operate the line
|11/10/2002||South Devon Railway|
Between the 9th and 11th five Voyagers fail after being soaked by waves. High tide combined with strong winds lead to waves breaking over the beachside railway embankment.
These locations are along the line.