Buckinghamshire Railway Centre
Station Road, Quainton, Buckinghamshire, HP22 4BY
Originally part of the Great Central Railway and Metropolitan Railway, Quainton Road Station is now part of the Buckinghamshire Railway Centre, opened in 198 by the Quainton Railway Society Ltd.
Admission: Open late March to October. Price varies, depending on events - see their website for details.
Access: admissionStatus: recognisablePlatform
Photograph taken: 4th March 2007 by Chuck Foster
"Taken from the Station Road bridge that crosses the old railway line."
Black Orchid (1)
Filmed: 5 Oct 1981
The TARDIS materialises at the station.
Other nearby locations:
Additional locations as the crow flies:
Further links about the location:
Buckinghamshire Railway Centre - Official website
Black Orchid [5 Oct 1981]: The TARDIS materialises at a railway station.
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