Didcot Railway Centre

The GWR was incorporated in 1835 to build the railway from Bristol to London, designed and engineered by Isambard Kingdom Brunel. Members of the Great Western Society have created a living museum at Didcot, based around the original engine shed and depot to which has been added a typical branchline and country station, signalling demonstrations and a recreation of Brunel's original broad gauge trackwork. There is a large collection of GWR steam locos, carriages and wagons. Steamdays and special events throughout the year when you can ride in the 1930's trains.

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