Topsham is a unique town on the Exe estuary, Devon, just three miles from Exeter in England's West country. Loved by its locals, and savoured by those who visit. Topsham offers breathtaking river walks, independent shops, antiques and galleries, restaurants and pubs, or just a beautiful space to stop on your bike ride and watch the boats go by with a pint.

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Flooding - travel news

TRAVEL NEWS - updated 20th February
Note that there is currently extensive disruption to train services in the South-West, beyond the effects of the break in the coastal line at Dawlish. Mainline rail routes out of Exeter via Tiverton are still out of action; but trains from Exeter to London Paddington are now operating, . Check your journey if travelling to and from Exeter. See the official rail sites:

Currently normal.

The Exeter Express & Echo has a number of reports of the flooding in Topsham due to the storm on the night of February 4th, when heavy rain, a spring tide, a storm surge, and a south-easterly wind, combined to raise waters to flood level.

Pictures and Video: Flooding in Topsham caused by strong winds and heavy rain.
"Blitz spirit" alive in Topsham after major flooding
The Goat Walk in Topsham destroyed by storms

Above images from JSBlog: see "It was a dark and stormy night" / The morning after / Goat Walk damage.



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