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Great Central Railway - Nottingham

Address : Mere Way
Address : Ruddington
Town/City : Nottingham
County : Nottinghamshire
Country : England
Post code : NG11 6NX
Phone : 0115 9405705
Web Site :  www.gcrn.co.uk

The Great Central Railway (Nottingham) is based in the South of Nottinghamshire just outside the village of Ruddington.

Nottingham Transport Heritage Centre

The Nottingham Transport Heritage Centre, home to the Great Central Railway in Nottinghamshire is set within the confines of

Rushcliffe Country Park in the South of Nottinghamshire just outside the village of Ruddington.

Home to standard gauge steam & diesel trains, classic buses, model railway and a superb miniature railway the Centre is adjacent to Rushcliffe Country Park which has an adventure playground, wildlife Lake and an extensive network of footpaths.

Steam & Diesel Trains run regularly every Sunday and Bank Holiday Mondays on the 9 miles of the Great Central main line once used by the express trains from Nottingham Victoria to London Marylebone.

Travelling the length of the line to Loughborough Junction you can view the countryside and wildlife of South Nottinghamshire down the Soar Valley in Leicestershire.

The Centre is open from 10:45 until 5:00 from

Easter through to October. With transport events in May, August and October, Miniature and Model Railway events through the season and Santa Specials in December there is always something happening to make a visit worthwhile.

The Heritage Centre is signposted off the A60 Nottingham to Loughborough Road in Ruddington just south of the traffic lights.

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