The Museum of the Great Western Railway has been housed in a restored Grade II railway building that’s extremely beautiful. The Museum tells the story of those individuals who operated, built as well as travelled on the Great Western Railways and is often referred to as God’s Wonderful Railway by the railway fans and the historians. As soon as you step into the Museum, you would be taken into the world of the workers of the railway at Swindon. You would be passing through an extensive series of reconstructions that have been carefully assembled with the help of original equipment. These exhibits are supported by interactive and video displays. For people who wish to know more about the steam locomotives, a visit to the Museum of the Great Western Railway would be a delightful experience.
How to Reach Steam Museum Of The Great Western Railways
- Bus 1, 1A, 10, 19, 19A, 19B, 22, 31, 31A, 53, 54, 55, 60, 153 to stop - Emlyn Square