Winchcombe Station is the home of the Carriange & Wagon Department and the Railway's Engineering Departments. The original station building was completely demolished when the line closed and the building you see now was transported brick by brick from Monmouth Troy and re-erected by our volunteers. Winchcombe is also the hub of our educational activities for which we have our recently completed Tim Mitchell Building. In December Winchcombe Station is transformed into the 'North Pole' for our Santa Special trains.
You can find details of how to reach us by road here.
If you wish to use public transport, there are details of services here.
Full details of accessibility to WinchcombeStation can be found in our Access Statement available here.
Winchcombe has its original, small car park where limited parking is available. There is space for coach pick-up and drop-off. For some events, Winchcombe Station car-park is closed; alternative parking may be available and this will be advertised on the Events web page. The management will not accept responsibility for any damage, accidents or losses.
Washrooms and Toilets
We have a modern toilet block located on Platform 1. There are facilities for nappy changing and an accessible toilet.
The Coffee Pot Café
Our 1950’s style railway tea rooms offer a wide range of hot and cold drinks including beers wines and ciders. Our home made cakes are delicious and we offer a range of sandwiches, snacks and locally made ice creams. You don’t have to travel on the trains so, if you living or staying locally, just pop in and enjoy the atmosphere of this delightful country station. For more details, including opening times, click here.
What to See and Do at Winchcombe
While you are visiting us, leave the train at Winchcombe to see our Discovery Coach. You will learn much more about the history of our railway as well as seeing a fabulous model layout of Toddington Station and lots more. Wheelchair and pram friendly.
Model Railway Coach
The Royal Mail Model Railway team was established in 2010, It consisted of members from different departments and ran entirely on donations until it became its own department at the railway in 2017. The model railways are built and run by volunteers and are located in the Royal Mail coach adjacent to Platform 2 at Winchcombe Station. For more details, click here.