Getting close and personal to trains - A well laid out centre to see engines, signalling, and a museum. Good shop, cafe and toilets, and just a few minutes walk from inside Didcot Parkway station. Very helpful, friendly staff.- David H - Sheringham - 9-Aug-19
Exhibition Only Days - Visited on a Friday lunchtime, very quiet so was able to wander around and explore. Discovered volunteers working on restoration projects who were all happy to explain what was going on. Lunch in the refreshment room was bonus with a hot meal cooked to order. Parking across road at the pay and display carpark was easy and just a short walk through the mainline station subway to gain access to the centre.- Derek S
Our entrance is through the ticket hall and original steam age subway of Didcot Parkway station.
Please advise GWR ticket barrier staff at the mainline station that you are visiting the Centre and they will allow you access. (You will need to show your Railway Centre tickets when you exit).
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