|101||Scrip for £25 shares||1836, black||>1196||VF||£40-50|
|106||Scrip for 5 £25 shares||1836, brown||>6414||VF||£40-50|
London, Salisbury, Exeter, Plymouth and Falmouth Railway Company
Formed in 1836.
A proposed line to be built by the Cornwall and Devon Central Railway (Falmouth to Exeter), and the South Western Railway (Exeter to Salisbury). It was to be in direct competition with the existing Great Western route, offering a much shorter journey. The line was never built as such.
Capital £2,500,000 in shares of £25 each, £1 deposit.