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
The Rexed & Harvard Sweet Railway, the retro steam train, it's cold, but it's comfortable, the steam train, the scenery on the road is beautiful...very nice
The port steam train and museum are really nice,
I was impressed by the experience of Bristol, where I was known to be a famous tourist destination in London, while taking the steam train to experience Bristol's purest natural beauty. The steam train and museum in Bristol are the most representative places to travel here and through this tour I saw many local attractions features and learned a lot. The first place to visit is the museum, which is the first place to visit in Bristol, and is a very retro museum with its natural surroundings. It may be because of the niche attractions, there are fewer people visiting the museum, but it still doesn't stop me from taking pictures. Watching the museum surrounded by lush flowers and trees is a beautiful painting that really fascinates me. Walking into the museum, the whole museum grounds are huge, the exhibits are mostly local historical and cultural heritage, which makes it easy for me to get a better understanding of Bristol. The view from the museum window is a large natural landscape, which is just too beautiful. After recommending a fun walk out of the museum, I arrived at the Bristol Harbour Railway, where the steam train was located. The train was built in 1870 and was handed over to the local museum as a cultural heritage for visitors to experience 100 years later. I was on the steam train, enjoying the cold wind from the window, breathing the fresh air, everything was so refreshing. The wonderful scenery along the way from my eyes, there are trees and mountains and lakes, it is truly beautiful. Opening time is not fixed. It is recommended to view the official website https://www.bristolmuseums.org.uk/m-shed/whats-on/train-rides/ address on the official website according to their own travel time. 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 ...