A quick look round the site

The former Totnes Creamery covers 3.5 hectares and is located immediately to the north of Totnes railway station, (between the main rail line and the River Dart), in South Devon. The site is crossed by a leat that served the mills located within the town of Totnes.  The site has lain derelict since 2007.  So firstly, here are two video tours of the site filmed by James Engwell:

And some images too…

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Important notice: We appreciate that the site and particularly the Brunel building is of interest to a whole range of people including those in the local community and national rail enthusiasts. There have been reports of people using the London side platform and rail verge to view the Brunel building. The safety of you, rail passengers and rail staff is paramount and we request avoid using the station as a vantage point for photograph or other viewing. Regarding trespassing on the railway line and verge itself, Totnes Community Development Society will support the operator in pressing charges in the interest of maintaining public safety.