Visitors to Crewe Heritage Centre have the
unique opportunity of viewing exhibits from the history of
Our most prominent
exhibit at Crewe Heritage Centre is the Advanced Passenger
Train, the first train in the world that was able to tilt
around bends in the track to allow it to travel faster.
exhibits include a Class 03 diesel shunter, a Class 47 diesel
locomotive, Class 73 diesel electric locomotive and a Class 37
diesel locomotive which is currently under restoration.
Click on 'Rail' at the top of the page for more
Buses, both vintage and classic, are regular visitors to Crewe
Heritage Centre along with classic cars, motorcycles, ice
cream vans and more. In
particular, in conjunction with Bentley, Crewe Heritage Centre
is proud to exhibit the prototype of the Bentley Continental
GT in the main exhibition hall.
Click on 'Road' at the top of the page for more
have three signal boxes to explore at Crewe Heritage Centre!
Crewe Station A Cabin which is a non-functional example of a
signal cabin that used to control part of Crewe station.
Exeter West is a preserved, fully functional signal box from
Exeter and finally Crewe North Junction 'box is a more modern
electronic power signalbox which used to control the North end
of Crewe Station!
Click on 'Signal Boxes' at the top of the page for more
centre hosts a 600 yard miniature railway taking you the whole
length of the site, your admission covers one free return
Crewe Heritage Centre is home to the National Model Railroad
Association's Calder Northern Division, featuring three 'HO'
and 'N' gauge model layouts.
Click on 'Model and Miniature' at the top of the page for more
Driver for a Fiver!
Centre offers visitors the regular opportunity to drive one of
our diesel locomotives.
Click on 'Driver
for a Fiver!' at the top of the page for more information.