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Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway
The Railway Station
Toddington

Cheltenham
Gloucestershire

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The Friendly Line in the Cotswolds operates steam and diesel services over a 20 mile round trip between Toddington and Cheltenham Racecourse. The train passes through stunning Cotswold scenery and the journey includes the exciting 693 yard Greet Tunnel, one of the longest on a preserved railway and a must for any child (or child at heart)!

You can break your journey at picturesque Winchcombe Station, which has a lovely picnic area, or if you prefer the Flag & Whistle tearooms at Toddington offer light lunches, teas and delicious home made cakes. There is a well-stocked station shop.

Trains operate weekends & Bank Holidays throughout the year and selected weekdays during the summer holidays. Special events include children's themed weekends, Santa Specials and Gala weekends. Round trip tickets give unlimited travel on the day of purchase.

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Months Open: March - December
Admission Price: Adults: 11
Children: 6.50
Catering: Caf/Refreshments

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