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Artefacts from the WC&PR are unfortunately fairly few and dispersed. This page will attempt to record where items may be found. If you have any knowledge of other museums containing items please let us know. The following museums hold some items or displays.
Colonel Stephens Museum, Tenterden, Kent – website
Currently the best collection of WC&PR items.
National Railway Museum, York – website
Has some WC&PR signs. More details to come.
Weston Museum – website
This museum doesn’t currently have any WC&PR artefacts having passed them to the Somerset Heritage Centre. Weston museum staged a WC&PR exhibition for four months from 7 Dec 2019 to 17 March 2020 in conjunction with the WC&P Railway Group.
Somerset Heritage Centre – website
This centre has some WC&PR items including metal signs, and some items from the Weston-super-Mare museum.
Winchcombe Railway Museum Trust
This museum had several WC&PR metal signs and a few tickets etc. in its collection but is now closed.
Weston-super-Mare Library – website
The Reference Library has a good collection of WC&PR photographs and cuttings.
WC&P Railway Group – website
The Group is building a small collection of WC&PR artefacts and photographs listed here.
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