Looking southwards to the attractive terraced housing that has recently been built in the style of railway cottages.

The station buildings next to the signal box were demolished in 1970 but the building on the other side of the line survives to this day.  After the passenger service finished in 1965 as part of the Beeching cuts, it was first used as a bank, then a restaurant and finally as Devon County Council's management offices for the Tarka Trail.  It is privately owned and is now empty awaiting a new use.