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Didcot Railway Centre
01235 817200
The steam trains from the  golden age of the Great Western Railway.

Welcome to Didcot Railway Centre,  home of the Great Western Society and its unique collection of Great Western  Railway steam engines, coaches, wagons, buildings and small relics. Join us in  our rural setting based around the original engine shed.

The entrance is at Didcot Parkway railway station in Didcot, Oxfordshire. Didcot  is 53 miles west of London, 10 miles south of Oxford. 

By Car:
The Railway Centre is  signposted from the M4 motorway (junction 13) and A34, and is easily reached  from the M40, or you can choose a scenic drive through the Thames Valley or  across the Berkshire Downs. Parking is readily available near the Parkway  railway station (please note: Access from the signed car park to the entrance is  over a footbridge and you may find it convenient for passengers to disembark at  the entrance before the driver parks the car).  A parking fee may be  payable.

By  Train:
First Great Western, Virgin and Thames Trains serve Didcot  Parkway.  Direct services from London Paddington, Reading and Thames Valley, the  South Coast, Oxford, the Midlands, Swindon, Bath, Bristol and South Wales.  Combined rail/admission tickets are available.  Rail enquiries 08457  484950

By  Bus:
Stagecoach Oxford from Oxford, Abingdon and Wantage daily;  Thames Travel from Wallingford (weekdays)

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