Cranmore West railway station
The Engine Shed
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Cranmore West is a railway station on the East Somerset Railway.
Most regular services stop at Cranmore West to allow visitors to see the engine shed.
The station provides visitors with benches and there are toilets across the line at the locomotive sheds. The East Somerset Railway's shed and workshop are both located here as well as the Sentinel Diesel Preservation Group's (SDPG) and Cranmore Traincare and Maintenance Service's (CTMS) sheds. The main shed consists of a 2 road shed with an inspection pit on one road. It was built by David Shepherd to be able to contain both 75029 'Green Knight' and 92203 'Black Prince' on one road. A small yard surrounds the facility and there is a footpath from Cranmore West station which connects with Cranmore station.
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