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Great Western Railway, Bristol

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Coleford Great Western Railway Museum is a railway museum located in Coleford, Gloucestershire, England. The museum was founded in 1988. Based in the former GWR Goods Shed along the Coleford Railway. There was also another station situated at Coleford, it was opened by the Severn and Wye Railway. The Museum traces the history of all the railways in the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire from the early 19th century when the first plateways were laid, to the 1970s when the Dean Forest Railway was founded. The Museum has information about the Wye Valley Railway, Severn & Wye Railway and Monmouth Troy railway station.It consists of the former goods shed, a GWR signal box, a miniature railway, and a short stretch of track on which a Peckett 0-4-0ST locomotive, no. 1893, stands with ex-GWR rolling stock.
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  • I travelled from Portsmouth to Bristol on a train run by the so called "Great" Western Railway (GWR) franchise. The train I was on was a three carriage diesel. Reserved seats are normally shown with a...  read more »
  • Despite a few wrinkles, overall leased with the GWR service from Gatwick to Cardiff and return. However, despite several hours on various trains - some as a result of the long closure of the Severn Tu...  read more »
  • I was travelling back to my home in Charmouth from Penzance via Exeter. This was on Wednesday 28 September on the 1303 from Penance. I was suffering with a migraine headache and feeling very sick. As ...  read more »
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