Didcot Railway Centre
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Didcot Railway Centre
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Didcot Railway Centre, Oxfordshire OX11 7NJ
Tel: 01235 817200
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Didcot Railway Centre has again teamed up with Pendon Museum, Chinnor and Princes Risborough Railway, Cholsey and Wallingford Railway, Steam (the Museum of the Great Western Railway) and the Swindon & Cricklade Railway, to offer visitors discounts on future visits.

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On Sunday 26 April 2015 Didcot Railway Centre will open its doors to welcome all Didcot residents absolutely free of charge.

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The Mayday weekend gala event (2-4 May) will feature visiting GWR locomotives ... and the relaunch of Prairie Tank No. 4144 after overhaul.

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Welcome to Didcot Railway Centre

See our unique collection of Great Western Railway steam engines, coaches, wagons, buildings and small relics; and a recreation of Brunel's broad gauge railway. Join us in our rural setting based around the original 1930s engine shed.

Access from Didcot West (Foxhall Road) Car Park
The footbridge from the large APCOA Car Park to Didcot Parkway Station (and hence the Railway Centre) is to be replaced over the next few weeks, as part of the Great Western Mainline Electrification project. A temporary footbridge will be in place whilst the old footbridge is demolished and a new one erected, but there may be changes to the access route from the car park over the temporary footbridge. These will be clearly signposted by Network Rail.

The Railway Centre is now open at weekends and daily from 23 May 2015.

Next Running Days

To see all the events and open days for 2015 have a look at the 2015 Calendar. You can also check which locomotives are scheduled to be in steam using the Locomotive Roster.







 

 

 

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We are an Accredited Museum

 

Recreating the golden age of the Great Western Railway