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Buckinghamshire Railway Centre is a railway museum operated by the Quainton Railway Society Ltd. at Quainton Road railway station. It is also the home of the 7200 Trust.

The BRC Stockbook lists locomotives, passenger stock, wagons and other vehicles that can be found at the centre.

The Heritage Railway Association represents the majority of heritage and tourist railways and railway preservation groups within both the U.K, and Ireland.

Didcot Railway Centre is home to the Great Western Society's unique collection of steam engines, coaches, wagons, buildings and small relics; and a recreation of Brunel's broad gauge railway.

Didcot is also the the home of 7202, 7200's sister engine, also in the process of being restored.

Everything GWR was created by Howard Parker and Stephen Edwards, both Great Westeren Railway obsessives.

The website covers all aspects of the GWR, past and present. It aims to provide up to date information on all developments that affect the old GWR network and to be a forum for debate, discussion and the sharing of information.

STEAM – Museum of the Great Western Railway, also known as Swindon 'Steam' Railway Museum, is located at the site of the old railway works in Swindon, where 7200 was built.

Tyseley Locomotive Works is the museum and engineering arm of the Birmingham Railway Museum Trust, based in Birmingham. Items from 7200 have been sent to Tyseley for machining, where they have specialist equipment for dealing with large locomotive parts; for example, pistons and crossheads.

Harry F Rochat Ltd, an engineering and manufacturing company in High Barnet, Hertfordshire, who have recently completed manufacture of the new gudgeon pin assemblies for 7200's crossheads.

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