Although the line through Toddington was built long after the broad gauge era, the
Cheltenham Branch was broad gauge for the first 25 years of its life & would have
seen engines such as Rover class 4-2-2 'Emporer' depicted here
Photo Ian Crowder Collection
The four galleries that are currently set up cover the 3 old Great Western lines that made up the Cheltenham to Stratford route, plus the Oxford, Worcester & Wolverhampton section that crossed over it at Honeybourne. The latter acquired the less than flattering nickname 'The Old Worse & Worse' early in its existence.