Journalists wishing to find out more about the GWSR, its aspirations and achievements and details of its special events, can contact:
To contact us by email, please fill in our contact form, and select "Email the Press Office" from the list of choices. Alternatively, you can email us directly - just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ian Crowder and others on the railway are happy to take part in interviews, both on radio and TV.
The Press Office issues regular press releases - both for the railway media and for general media use. If you would like to be added to (or removed from) the press office mailing list, please contact the webmaster.
The railway has an extensive library of photographs - please contact the Press Office to let us know your requirements. In addition, you are welcome to visit the railway to carry out your own photography - please let us know when you would like to come and what you would like to do - we will do our best to assist.
The BBC's Father Brown on the platform at Kembleford (Winchcombe GWSR)
We can also assist if you need to carry out filming on the railway. We have a strong track record of working with production companies looking for period railway location work - our portfolio includes the BBC's Countryfile, Doctor Who and Father Brown as well as full-lengh feature films and documentaries. We can offer station scenes, lineside and on-train opportunities (including side corridor coaches), freight trains, diesel and steam traction. Venues include a tunnel, cuttings, embankments, bridges, attractive landscape, signals, signal boxes and stations including the charming rural Winchcombe station - typical of a Great Western Railway station suitable for pre-war and post-war scenarios. Please contact the Press Office for more information and assistance.