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The GWR want to replace Broadway Station

The Gloucestershire and Warwickshire Railway are well under way in their plan to restore the line from Winchcombe to Broadway and as part of that plan they intend to find a relacement station at Broadway for the one that was demolished in the 1960’s.
They have therefore launched a national hunt and volunteers have drawn up a list of disused station buildings.

“Restoring Broadway Station is monumental task but we are determined to restore it’s atmosphere” said GWR spokesman Ian Crowder.

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A replacement signal box has already been secured. It is a Grade II listed building from Exminster in Devon which is currently being stored at Winchcombe.

Gloucestershire and Warwickshire Railway
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