There are plenty of things to do when you visit us, other than enjoying the beautiful Cotswold countryside as you travel with us. There are refreshments available at each of our stations, at Toddington a children's playground, narrow gauge railway, memorabilla displays, viewing area and gift shop. A model railway and discovery coach at Winchcombe and nature between the fences along the entire 14 mile line.
Steam Services from Toddington to Cheltenham Race Course and Broadway
The information on this page is kept as up to date as possible. However please remember that the locomotives we operate are old and things can go wrong, and locomotives are replaced. Also it is sometimes necessary to reallocate locomotives for operational reasons at short notice.
As the seasons change, the flora and fauna between the railway's fences adapt to survive, grow or reproduce.
Each season this page, will tell you what nature is up to between our fences.
Guided tours (organised by the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway Trust)
Available on Tuesdays and Sundays at 12.00, 13.30 and 15.05 - terms and conditions apply. Meet at the GWRT Information Office opposite the Toddington station building. There is no admission charge but we do seek donations (suggested minimum £2 per person) via a bucket collection.
Please note the locomotive shed is a working environment andmay be subject to sudden loud noises, vehicles moving etc. We therefore ask that you remain with your guide at all times whilst on the tour. Also we request you wear stout flat shoes, so no open toed sandals, heigh heals etc. We regret that the shed is not accessible friendly and is therefore unsuitable forwalks, wheelchairs, push chairs and prams.
Subject to volunteer availability, sorry these tours cannot be booked in advance.
The Restoration & Archiving Trust operates three small displays of artefacts at Toddington Station.
One is located in a former GWR Collett Brake Coach dating from 1935, and houses a display of memorabilia and early scenes of the railway. There is a small toy museum in the old Honeybourne Signal Box and another collection in the cabin on Toddington Platform 2.
Our apologies but due to the historical nature of these structures not all are fully accessible.
Try your hand at being a signalman.
Make sure you visit the mini signal box on the far side of the car park between the locomotive yard viewing area and the Narrow Gauge Railway at Toddington.
Our apologies but due to the nature of the building it is not suitable for wheelchairs or buggies
We have a model railway located in the Royal Mail coach adjacent to Platform 2 at Winchcombe Station.
It has been built and is run by volunteers. The Royal Mail Model Railway team was established in 2010. It consists of members from different departments.
Our apologies but due to the nature of the vehicle it is not suitable for wheelchairs or buggies.
While you are visiting us, leave the train at Winchcombe to see our new 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.
Visit our loco yard viewing area at the south end of the Toddington station complex.
A gated access track near the south-west corner of the car park leads you from the car park, past the locomotive depot buildings and round to the yard area south of the depot. Bring your camera to take a shot or two of the locomotives in the yard.
The 2 foot narrow-gauge line runs services on selected dates during the GWR operating season.
The North Gloucestershire Railway Company operates the Toddington Narrow Gauge Railway which is co-located with the GWR, adjacent to Toddington Station.