Buckinghamshire Railway Centre

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Founded in 1969 by the London Railway Preservation Society, the Buckinghamshire Railway Centre is one of the leading steam museums in the country; covering 25 acres, the collection of steam locomotives and other railway vehicles is one of the largest outside the National Railway Museum. The Visitor Centre in the relocated,restored Oxford Rewley Road Station. Large museum with modern showcases for smaller relics, two restoration sheds, 1-km.Miniature Railway. Free parking, Excellent Disabled Access.

Venue Type:

Museum, Transport heritage site

Opening hours

Please check before visiting.

Admission charges

Adult £11.00
Seniors £10.00
Child (5-15) £8.00
Family (2 adults and up to 4 children) £32.00

Additional info

Visitor Centre and Venue available for Hire. Pullman coach equipped with full digital audio visual facilities.
New library and research facilities open by appointment.

Collection details

Archaeology, Archives, Costume and Textiles, Land Transport, Social History

Buckinghamshire Railway Centre
Quainton Road Station
HP22 4BY






01296 655720

Talking timetable

01296 655450

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