Living Museum of the Great Western Railway

Welcome to Didcot Railway Centre

Explore the unique collection of Great Western Railway steam locomotives, carriages, wagons, buildings and small artefacts at our 21 acre living museum set around the original 1932 Engine Shed

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Thank you very much for the very enjoyable day out our family spent with you yesterday. Everything was well organised, social distancing, sanitiser etc. Our son Jonathan lives, breathes and sleeps trains. He has really missed seeing them over the last few months.

Thank you again, a visit worth waiting for and we will be back. Jonathan took some fantastic photos.

- Richard and Carole Owen - Jul 2020

Latest Information - Fri 22 Jan 2021

HAPPY NEW YEAR to all our visitors, members and supporters - we look forward to welcoming you when we are able to do so.

CORONAVIRUS RESTRICTIONS - The current National Lockdown means the RAILWAY CENTRE IS REQUIRED TO CLOSE until further notice.

We will resume our activities safely, in accordance with government guidelines when we are able.

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2021 Pictorial Calendar

2021 Pictorial Calendar

A stunning 2021 calendar celebrating six decades of achievement for the Society's 60th Anniversary

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Culture Recovery Fund

We're delighted to have been awarded 184,939 from the Government's Culture Recovery Fund

Going Loco

Going Loco

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