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Unwind after a long day and visit Dawlish Beach Cams in Devon, UK, from anywhere in the world. Enjoy the sights and sounds of nature via our Full HD, professional cameras with sound.

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San Remo Cam

Glebe Holiday Lets in Devon, kindly sponsors San Remo Cam. Between Dawlish and Exeter there are 4 unique and beautiful holiday lets all with their own character. Click here to view them.

The Blenheim Cam

The Blenheim offer stylishly presented en suite studio apartments that cater for self catering and Bed & Breakfast accommodation.

Salty Cottage Cam

Salty Cottage is situated at end of quiet lane leading directly on to back beach. Renowned for its unique porch, the cottage has magnificent views from all its rooms.

Mount Pleasant Cam

The Mount Pleasant is a pub, restaurant, B&B and hotel with great food and amazing views over the coast towards Exmouth.

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A fantastic and favourite cam. HD with sound, makes one feel as if one is actually there. Not just for the trains but also for the fantastic outlook and constant enjoyment. Well done DB.

Elaine Turvey

This must be the best web cam in the country. My wife and I watch it every morning on a 65in 4k smart TV. We watched the sun rise this morning. My wife went down to Cornwall on thursday and I was able to “freeze” the train and take a picture of her stood by the door window. Good fun!. The live Dawlish train tracker is a great help knowing when trains are coming

David Hope

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December Trainwash

Rough seas this morning so I went down to the Rockstone Bridge to video the waves and the HST Castle set on its usual service run from Penzance to Exeter St. Davids and after a short break it heads back to Penzance. GWR will eventually have eleven of these sets and...

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Returning Ballast train.

Just the one engineering train this weekend for the ongoing work in the Ivybridge area. Luckily for Nick the sun had popped out between the showers whereas it was raining in Dawlish as it passed the webcams. This locomotive had the latest DB Cargo red livery applied...

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Railway News.

Lots going on last weekend with the steam tour and more engineering work in Devon and Cornwall and a move of a 4 coach Castle set to be with HST power cars 43186 and 43154 returning to Wabtec at Doncaster  for further work. The A4 has been covered in other posts but I...

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That time of the year!

It is perfectly normal for the waves near high tide to crash into the sea wall at this time of the year, usually only causing fairly minor damage to the walls. Hopefully when the decisions have been taken and some kind of extra protection is in place scenes like the...

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Colas Class 70 Fest

Five Colas Class 70 locomotives were used over the weekend 23-25th November for Rail Replacement duties around St Pinnock viaduct between Liskeard and Lostwithiel in Cornwall. Locomotives were Colas 70806/7/10/15/17 plus DB Cargo 66007 (nicknamed "James Bond") Nick...

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