The Toddington Narrow Gauge Railway locomotive 0-6-0T #3512 named Tourska has been built by Chrzanow in Poland in 1957.
4-6-0 # 7903 "Foremarke Hall" of the Gloucestershire and Warwickshire Railway is one of 71 built from 1944 to 1950 of the "Modified Hall" class. They were a development by Fred... (more)
GWR 7820 'Dinmore Manor' departs Toddington with the 1445 to Cheltenham
Churchward GWR 2-8-0 no. 2807 stands outside the shed at Toddingtom on the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Steam Railway
A guest locomotive at the Gloucester Warwickshire Steam Railway diesel gala was the Beyer Peacock (Hymek) diesel hydraulic no D7017. It was a very popular visitor from the West Somerset Railway. H... (more)
Great Western 2-8-0 tank no 4270awits departure from Toddington on the Gloucester Warwickshire Steam Railway. A DMU stands in the other platform
The Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway is a heritage line in the heart of the beautiful Cotswolds. Unfortunately in 2011 In January 2011, the railway was damaged by a landslip, just east of Winc... (more)
LMS 8274 (masquerading as LMS 8476) heads through Toddington Station with the 0915 Freight to Winchcombe. Meanwhle in the siding GWR 1450 and the GWR AutoTrain await the departure from Platform 2 ... (more)
37215 at Toddington station with a ballast train during a EMRPS photo charter.
GWR 5972 'Olton Hall' (masquerading as 'Hogwarts Castle') at Toddington during the GWRS Festival Of Steam Gala
Part of the motion of 2-10-0 loco no. 92203.This was one of the last locos built for British Railways,and at a time when diesels were being introduced country wide.
GWR 5619 & GWR 3440 'City of Truro' depart with the 1000 to Cheltenham
5542 and Autocoach #178 leave Toddington for Winchcombe during the "Cotswold Festival of Steam" event.