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This project is supported by:

Visitors since 10th. June 2010

Registered in England No: 6999964 - Charity No: 1139786

“Securing the restoration of the Cambrian Railways in order to preserve the unique Railway Heritage of Oswestry and to provide a visitor attraction of national significance.”

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Big Lottery Fund

Supporting the Cambrian Community Orchard Project

The Cambrian WW1 exhibition is open in Oswestry Station Building. Learn about the impact of the conflict on life in Oswestry during 1914-18 and the important contribution that the Cambrian Railways made to the war effort, including those men who served and those who died.

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The days leading up to the New Year of 1918 was particularly bad for volunteers from the Cambrian Railways. December 28th 2017 marked the centenary of the death of Cambrian Railways Volunteer Samuel Vaughan who died of his injuries following action on the Western Front, he was buried by his colleagues but the grave was subsequently lost and he is remembered on the Thiepval Memorial. On the 30th December, John Hugh Dyas was killed in the Middle East and is buried in Egypt. Finally, on 31st December, Evan Richard Evans was killed on the Western Front and is buried at Rouen, France. Their deaths will be commemorated with entries in our memorial book and with the laying of ceramic poppies. See here for details of the entries in our book.

Green Shropshire Exchange

The above picture is an artists impression of how Oswestry Station will look when it is finished. Please click here for more details and how you can support the project.

WW1 Exhibition

Cambrian Heritage Railways Limited, Old Station Building, Oswald Road, Oswestry, Shropshire, SY11 1RE

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Oswestry Station Revitalisation
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Oswestry Station Revitalisation Project

Christmas 2017

 

 

 

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at Oswestry and Llynclys

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