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Didcot Engine Shed as Moscow station in the 2012 film of Anna Karenina
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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