Located at the junction of the Bristol Canal, next to a ferry terminal and a bridge across Queens Square, it can be said that the traffic is very convenient. The building retains the feeling of industrial relics along the river bank, and looks rich in history. There are more displays of transportation parts, reflecting the development of the city during the industrial period, but the exhibition effect and scale are much smaller than those in Manchester
Rexed & Havswaite Railway Retro steam train sits up, the weather is very cold, but it is so cold, the steam train, the scenery on the road is so beautiful...very nice
The port steam train and museum are really good,
Riding a steam train to experience the purest natural scenery of Bristol. As we all know, London in the UK is a famous tourist destination, but the travel experience in Bristol also gave me a deep impression. The steam train and museum in Bristol are the most representative places to travel here. Through this trip to Bristol, I have seen many local attractions and learned a lot. When visiting Bristol, the first place to go when visiting Bristol is the museum. From the appearance, the shape of the museum is rather retro, and it is in harmony with the surrounding natural environment. It may be due to the small number of scenic spots. Few people come to the museum to visit, but this still can't stop me from wanting to take pictures. Looking at the museum surrounded by lush flowers and trees, it is simply a beautiful painting that deeply attracted me. When I walked into the museum to visit, the entire museum site is very large, and most of the exhibits are local historical and cultural heritage, which is convenient for me to learn more about Bristol. Looking out of the museum window is a large natural landscape, which is really beautiful. Recommended fun After walking out of the museum, I came to Bristol Harbour Railway, where the steam train is located. This train was built in 1870, and 100 years later, it was handed over to the local museum as a cultural heritage for visitors to experience. I was riding on the steam train, enjoying the cold wind blowing in from the window, breathing in the fresh air, everything was so refreshing and happy. The wonderful scenery along the way passed before my eyes, there were trees, mountains and lakes, it was really beautiful. Opening hours The opening hours are variable. It is recommended to check the official website on the official website based on your travel time. https://www.bristolmuseums.org.uk/m-shed/whats-on/train-rides/ Address Wapping Rd, Bristol, City of Bristol BS1 4RN, United Kingdom
Really fun. £2.50 for a single trip from M Shed to SS Great Britain. Proper steam train. Shame it does not last longer. Kids will love it.
Built by the Great Western Railway in the 1870s, the Bristol Harbour Railway is now a heritage railway on Wapping Wharf. It starts at M Shed and is a fun way to travel along the wharf to Brunel's SS ...