Railway centre turns back time

Victorian weekend at Buckinghamshire Railway Centre at Quainton - Pictured in Victorian dress is volunteer / author Bill Simpson helping press officer Shiela Lobley out of carriage 353 (the last time it will be seen at Quainton)
Victorian weekend at Buckinghamshire Railway Centre at Quainton - Pictured in Victorian dress is volunteer / author Bill Simpson helping press officer Shiela Lobley out of carriage 353 (the last time it will be seen at Quainton)
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Bucks Railway Centre found their tracks turned back in time as they held a weekend full of activities with a popular Victorian theme.

Attractions included ferret racing, archery and a traditional wood turner.

Victorian weekend at Buckinghamshire Railway Centre at Quainton - Pictured is Giles Cowley, a blacksmith demonstrating how it was done in the Victorian era

Victorian weekend at Buckinghamshire Railway Centre at Quainton - Pictured is Giles Cowley, a blacksmith demonstrating how it was done in the Victorian era

Volunteers at the centre added to the atmosphere by dressing up in a variety of traditional Victorian costumes ranging from ragged worker outfits to a smart gentlemen complete with top hat.

Sheila Lobley from the centre said: “The weekend was wonderful and everyone had a smile on their face.”