Cambrian Heritage Railways & Museum

Cambrian Heritage Railways & Museum
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Restoration project for the Cambrian railways at Oswestry and Llynclys.

The museum exhibits memorabilia associated with the railway system operated by the Cambrian Railways Company and its successors, together with other items of railway interest. Photographs, signs, lamps and signal box fittings, and unusual items including a G.W.R. pen nib and the headboard first used on the Royal Train when the Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII) visited Aberystwyth in 1896 for installation as Chancellor of the University.

01691 728 131
Cambrian Heritage Railways Ltd, Old Station Building, Oswald Rd, Oswestry, Shropshire SY11 1RE

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