Dawlish Beach provides live streaming cameras from Dawlish in Devon, UK.

Unwind after a long day and visit Dawlish Beach from anywhere and enjoy the sights and sounds of nature via our full HD professional cameras with sound.

We broadcast 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Try here now for free. 

The Dawlish Beach Cameras have caught storms, meteorites, huge waves and the trains are regularly hit by the waves which make great viewing.

History

The town is a unique and beautiful sea side resort with a railway line that runs between the beach and the town.

The town is truly the idyllic English Sea Side resort with a great community spirit and holiday accommodation.

The South Devon Railway sea wall runs alongside the beach with a footpath.

The Railway was designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel and the first section was complete in May 1846 which ran from Exeter St David’s to Teignmouth.

The line was then extended to Newton Abbot by the end of 1846.

The first trains to run were the atmospheric trains which were powered by pumping stations alongside the railway.

The Railway was converted to standard gauge on May 20th 1892.

More recently, 5th February 2014, the South Devon Railway suffered a breach at the hands of a severe storm along the sea wall and a part of the railway line was washed away.

It took a team of 300 people at a cost of £35m to rebuild the railway and was reopened by Prime Minister David Cameron.

Dawlish is a beautiful railway resort and from either direction the Great Western main line is regarded as one of the most scenic in Britain.

It runs along the South Devon coast under the distinct red cliffs just a stones throw from the shoreline and cutting through a series of amazing tunnels and coves.