Alex Seal


The Broad Gauge Society
The Broad Gauge Society was formed in 1980 to promote research into, and the modelling of, the 7' 0¼" Broad Gauge Railways of Great Britain. Membership is essential for any fan of Broad Gauge railways.

Great Western Study Group
Promoting and encouraging interest, research and modelling of the Great Western Railway.

Didcot Railway Centre
Hhome to the Great Western Society's unique collection of steam engines, coaches, wagons, buildings and small relics including the replica 'Fire Fly'.

Great Western Society: Bristol Group
The Bristol group of the Great Western Society are responsible for the Broad Gauge turntable recovered from Devonport Dockyard and the signalling of the Broad Gauge Railway at the Didcot Railway Centre.