Driving down into the Cotswolds our first stop is the picturesque town of Broadway. With its wide streets lined with houses and shops built in the Mellow Gold coloured Cotswold Stone so typical of the area. Here there will be time to visit the independent shops on the High Street. Why not visit the Ashmolean Museum located in the Tudor House (Entrance fee applies not included in this trip). If you are looking for lunch there are a number of places to eat from Tea Rooms to hotels, you will be spoiled for choice.
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In the afternoon we take the short drive down to Toddington Station to join a steam train that will whisk us though the Cotswold scenery to its terminus at Cheltenham Race Course. After a short break whist your engine moves to the other end of the train and takes us back to Toddington, Staying on the train we continue up the latest part of the line to be opened and head for Broadway Station. Again there is a short pause whilst our engine relocates to the other end of the train and hauls us back to Toddington where our coach is waiting for us.
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Price includes the round trip on the Gloucester Warwickshire Railway from Toddington to Cheltenham returning to Toddington via Broadway.
Seats on the train will be in a reserved carriage.
Depart from City Centre (Dudley Street) at 09:15, Edgbaston (Church Road) at 09:25, Harborne (Lordswood Road) at 09:40, Selly Oak (Oak Tree Lane) at 09:50, Bournville (Linden Road) at 09:55 and Kings Norton Railway Station (opposite side of Road) at 10:05.
To book this trip please phone 0121 459 7524 or use the contact form and we will get back to you.
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DB - New Forest part of a Short Break (via Facebook) 5th August 2017