RMG2AJF7–A view of the steam shed and offices at the Didcot Railway Centre, Oxfordshire, England, UK RMEB43PM–Didcot Railway Centre. King Edward II locomotive, 1930 RM2AJY2ER–Entrance Didcot Railway Centre, Didcot, Oxfordshire, England, UK, GB. RF2E2W1D2–'30120' (in the middle of being re-numbered as '30289') on shed with 'Burton Agnes Hall'. RME0CFKJ–Didcot Railway Centre, home of the Great Western Society. King class engine on demonstration line. RF2F31AMW–Left to right outside the shed are '1466', 'King Edward II', 'Sir Nigel Gresley', 'Tornado' and 'Burton Agnes Hall' RMFMJ8AD–Didcot Railway Centre,Oxfordshire ,England RM2BBFE6M–Train departure at the Didcot Railway Centre in 2009 RMBNE8CN–No. 3738, Great Western Railway Steam Locomotive, Didcot Railway Centre and Museum, Didcot, Oxfordshire. RF2D6F8PM–'Burton Agnes Hall' on shed at Didcot. RMC3CW8K–Reconstruction of I K Brunel's atmospheric railway, using a segment of the original piping, at Didcot Railway Centre. RMTRFMEK–Perspective view of lines of hot rolled steel railway tracks, links, fasteners, sleepers and ballast at Didcot Railway Centre, Oxfordshire, UK RF2CDM172–'Sir Nigel Gresley' and 'Burton Agnes Hall' on shed at Didcot.