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Buckinghamshire Railway Centre

Buckinghamshire Railway Centre

Much of the Centre is wheelchair friendly with level access to main museum, refreshment room, shop and disabled toilets.
Pathways on the 25 acre site are smooth and give easy access to most parts but there is restricted access to the workshops.
Similarly access to railway carriages for train rides is not possible for wheelchairs.

A working steam railway centre recreating the golden age of steam travel.

The centre boasts one of the largest private railway collections in the country with many steam locomotives from express passenger types to the humble shunting engine, as well as numerous interesting items of rolling stock. These include a coach from the Royal Train of 1901 and another used by Winston Churchill and General Eisenhower for wartime planning meetings in 1944.

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