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The Bishop's Castle Railway and Transport Museum

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Bishop's Castle
Chapel Yard
SY9 5DE

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The Bishop’s Castle Railway and Transport Museum is a heritage site established and run by an enthusiastic team of volunteers. The Railway and Transport Museum was opened in 1999 to preserve records and memorabilia of the Bishop’s Castle Railway, but has since expanded to include other material which is of great interest to railway enthusiasts and casual browsers alike.

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