Didcot Engine Shed as Moscow station in the 2012 film of Anna Karenina. Focus Features.
A guide to films and television productions that have used Didcot Railway Centre as a location, and locomotives you can see at the Railway Centre that have travelled to other locations to appear in films.
|Title||Date||Starring||Location||Locomotives & rolling stock|
|Film-maker’s Son, The (film)||2013||Frank Rautenbach||Didcot Engine Shed||3822|
|Anna Karenina (film)||2012||Keira Knightley||Didcot Engine Shed (as Moscow station)||5322, 3822, vintage carriages|
|Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows (film)||2011||Robert Downey Jnr, Jude Law||Didcot Engine Shed (as a German armaments factory)||3738, 6697|
|Great British Railway Journeys: Windsor to Didcot (television documentary)||2011||Michael Portillo (presenter)||Travelling Post Office apparatus||5322, TPO coach 814|
|War Heroes (television documentary)||2010||Dan Cruickshank (presenter)||Didcot Railway Centre||5322|
|Brilliant Brunel (television documentary)||2010||Dan Cruickshank (presenter)||Didcot Transfer Shed||Fire Fly|
|These Foolish Things (film)||2006||Charlotte Lucas||Didcot Transfer Shed||1340|
|C. S. Lewis: Beyond Narnia (television documentary)||2005||Anton Rodgers||Didcot Railway Centre|
|Carrie’s War (television film)||2004||Keeley Fawcett||Didcot Transfer Shed (as Paddington station)|
|Age of Steam (television documentary)||2003||Fred Dibnah (presenter)||Didcot Railway Centre||5051|
|Great Britons, Isambard Kingdom Brunel (television documentary)||2002||Jeremy Clarkson (presenter)||Didcot Broad Gauge Railway|
|Camomile Lawn, The (television film)||1992||Felicity Kendal||Didcot Transfer Shed|
|Breakthrough (music video)||1989||Queen||Nene Valley Railway||3822|
|Wolvercote Tongue, The (television, Inspector Morse)||1987||John Thaw, Kevin Whately||Didcot Railway Centre (as itself)||6106|
|Elephant Man, The (film)||1980||John Hurt||Didcot Transfer Shed|
|Ike: The War Years (television film)||1979||Robert Duvall, Lee Remick||Marylebone station, London||6998 and GWR coaches|
|Meetings with Remarkable Men||1979||Dragan Maksimovic||Didcot Lifting Shop (as an Asian locomotive works)||5051|
|Thank You Comrades (television film)||1978||Ben Kingsley, David Howey, Michael Troughton||Didcot Engine Shed||ASMO van decorated as a Russian cinema train|
|Incredible Sarah, The (film)||1976||Glenda Jackson||Didcot Engine Shed (as Dover and Paris stations)||7808|
|One of Our Dinosaurs is Missing (film)||1975||Derek Nimmo||Marylebone station, London||5322|
|Three Men in a Boat (television)||1975||Tim Curry, Michael Palin, Stephen Moore||Didcot Engine Shed (as Waterloo station)||5322|
|Young Winston (film)||1972||Simon Ward, Edward Woodward||Craig-y-Nos (South Wales)||1466 as South African War armoured locomotive|
|Bliss of Mrs Blossom, The (film)||1968||Shirley MacLaine||Taplow||6106 painted in psychedelic livery|
|Heroes of Telemark (film)||1964||Kirk Douglas, Richard Harris||Southampton Docks||Bonnie Prince Charlie (before the loco was preserved)|
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