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The Gloucestershire Warwickshire Steam Railway (GWR, GWSR or Gloucs-Warks Steam Railway) is a volunteer-run heritage railway which runs along the Gloucestershire/Worcestershire border of the Cotswolds, England.
Excellent preserved railway with nice quaint stations even better now you can travel to Broadway, nice engines especially the bulleid and the manor class.
Wonderful place to visit.Especially if the sun is shining. Cant praise the GWSR highly enough.Recommend stopping for lunch or afternoon tea at the Flag and Whistle.
I love this place its a great day out if you like trains and history. Enthusiastic and informed staff and volunteers. Great for all the family
Brilliantly maintained, the steam train is a delight to watch and the ride was awesome. A must for taking your kids to initiate curiosity for engineering marvels. My son loves locomotives and engines and this was a treat for him.
What a great day out at the GWSR today. Can't sing its praises highly enough. The volunteers who run this heritage gem with such knowledge and enthusiasm are superb. Thank you all.
Lovely sunny morning with P&O preparing to leave for Cheltenham Racecourse.
A great place to visit and I love looking around in the yard been comming for years always love the ride on the train the staff are friendly and helpful it is a a great day out with the family
Recently extended to the picturesque village of Broadway, the heritage railway runs south until Cheltenham Racecourse Station. Here you can book a taxi at a special price to take you into Cheltenham. The railway has a mix of steam and diesel haulage. If visiting by car, park at Cheltenham or Toddington where parking is free. Broadway has limited chargeable parking. If visiting Broadway, walk into town which takes about 15 minutes or there is a shuttle bus. Station staff always well turned out and there is plenty to see.
Fantastic location in the Cotswolds, the line has since been extended to Broadway. Worth a visit.
Took the train back to Toddington from the Cheltenham Festival and it was brilliant! The train was restored beautifully but what made it was the brilliant service from the crew of avid restorers who served us great local ales and took time to chat about the restoration.
A very nostalgic visit, country station as it should be
Very poor day of disorganised shambolic timetabling . We have travelled 80 miles to get here for this day , and we could have had a better day at home . Also extremely poor buffet service in regard to other preserved lines , as no hot snacks , or real ale . Which is another huge revenue earning mistake ! Such a shame , as well not be coming again !