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Ferry starts to Christie's home
Agatha Christie's home Greenway
Agatha Christie bought Greenway in 1938
A new ferry is being introduced to take visitors to Agatha Christie's old home in Devon.

Greenway, which sits on the banks of the River Dart near Brixham, made thinly-disguised appearances in at least two of Dame Agatha's novels.

It was gifted to the National Trust in 2000 and the gardens and boathouse are open to the public.

The new ferry, which starts on Saturday, will take people from Torquay to Greenway and back.




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