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Cllr. Nathan Davis 12h
Using the to visit family in Chinnor - it’s not just a fun thing to do! If you look closely I do feature on the timetable!
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Andrew Laycock May 25
Splendid day for watching and riding steam trains - GWSR Northern Soul gala.
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Glos Warks Railway May 21
Second visiting engine in safely for the Cotswold Festival of Steam this wekend. 3 Days, 4 trains, 8 engines... You can watch a time lapse of the unload at:
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ROAVR 12h
Spey Viaduct - Apart from a short closure for renovation work in 1928, the line to Garmouth remained in use until the Beeching cuts in 1963 when the coastal rail route was closed bringing yet another village era to an end. 
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Glos Warks Railway 5h
Last day of the Cotswold Festival of Steam tomorrow, 8 engines in steam, 4 passenger trains running and a demonstration goods train at Winchcombe with Caledonian No 419. All the details at:
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Glos Warks Railway 19h
The Caledonian 0-4-4T No 419 will be working the demonstration goods train at Winchcombe today and Monday, this is due to an ongoing issue with a big end bearing. It still gives visitors the chance to get up close and see the engine in steam
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Glos Warks Railway May 23
Here's the planner for the Cotswold Festival Steam Saturday trains. We are working with engines up to 115 years old, so it may change on the day if any faults crop up. We'll do our level best to stick to it though Details:
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Glos Warks Railway May 25
Where else can you see 8 engines in steam, 5 trains (including the goods train), plus all the preservation and trade stands at Toddington and a brewery tent at Winchcombe. A great way to spend Sunday. Info:
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Ryan Lim May 22
When a Peppercorn A1 goes down the branch line. wensleydalerail 60163_tornado @ Scruton railway station
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dave wilson May 24
Today's pic - 1450 at from a few years ago.😎
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♡Louisa ♡ May 18
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Glos Warks Railway May 23
We apologise to visitors today as Caledonian 0-4-4 No 419 was replaced by the Class 26 diesel, the engine had to be taken out of service at lunchtime. Hopefully it will be back in action for the Cotswold Festival of Steam this weekend.
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Glos Warks Railway May 23
The Caley has picked up it's 5 carriages for today's train 2 service. Something to see at the Cotswold Festival if Steam this weekend.
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Michael Berry May 22
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Glos Warks Railway May 24
It's day 1 of the 3 days of the Cotswold Festival of Steam, what better way to spend the . 8 Engines, 4 Trains, 27 Carriages in operation between and Details at:
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Glos Warks Railway May 19
Moday 20 May - LAST DAY of on-line ticket sales for the Cotswolds Festival of Steam for 2019. Order before 10pm to ensure the tickets reach you prior to the event. FOr details go to:
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Glos Warks Railway May 18
The Cotswold Festival of Steam starts this time next week: 3 visiting engines, 4 trains running, 5 home engines, 29 carriages on the track - it all adds up to a fabulous weekend All the details at:
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Glos Warks Railway May 20
The oldest of 3 Centurions at the Cotswold Festival of Steam this weekend will be the GWR Heavy Goods Engine 2807; being built in 1905 just 2 years before the visiting Caley No 419 it's a close run thing Details at:
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Glos Warks Railway May 18
Our Carriage & Wagon works at Winchcombe will be open to visitors during the Cotswold Festival of Steam next weekend. See how they work the magic to turn out carriages in such pristine condition. All the details at:
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ScotIndustrialHerit May 21
PJG Ransom, author of "Iron Road: the Railway in Scotland", "Scottish Steam Today" etc. Joined from 1951, Scottish secretary Association, a member of SIHS, steam boat owner and expert
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