Didcot Railway Centre
GWS Didcot Railway Centre, Station Road
The Great Western Society exists to preserve, restore and operate, as a permanent public exhibition and museum, locomotives, rolling stock, equipment machinery and relics of historical operational and general interest and educational value with particular reference to the former Great Western Railway and its successors following the nationalisation of the railways in 1948 and also to collect, make available for public reference and publish information concerning the history, equipment and operation of the former Great Western and other railways.
Didcot Railway Centre has been set up to house and display our growing collection, which is thought to be the biggest collection of items relating to any one railway company, anywhere in the world.
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Covid-19 Specific Information
If you've had contact with anyone infected with Covid-19 or feel unwell, please do not travel, contact us and we will change your booking without charge.
The Government recommends that all adults check in using the NHS Track & Trace App - posters with the QR code are displayed near the site entrance.
Hand sanitiser dispensers are located near the entrance and at key points throughout the Centre.
We are using vintage carriages with individual compartments so each group can have a compartment to themselves whilst on the trains.
You may wish to consider wearing a mask in enclosed, indoor area's.
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