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OX Weddings Top 50 Venue Guide

Showcasing Buckinghamshire Railway Centre

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“You could even offer your guests a steam train ride, with the rolling Buckinghamshire hills around you!”
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Set within the heart of the beautiful Buckinghamshire countryside, our stunning, glass-roofed railway station building offers a bright and spacious location and makes the perfect venue for a vintage wedding. Dating back to 1851, it forms an impressive backdrop with endless photographic opportunities inside and out.


You and your guests can step back in time, amidst beautifully restored steam locomotives, to create a wedding that everyone will remember. You could even offer your guests a steam train ride, with the rolling Buckinghamshire hills around you!

We can cater for up to 150 guests for a sit-down meal and we have a large, separate dance floor for the celebrations afterwards. We are licensed for civil weddings, so you can hold your wedding ceremony here too.

We offer our couples exclusive use of the whole 25-acre site for the entire day and evening (including setting up the day before), and our prices include tables and chairs, but for everything else you are free to enjoy the wedding planning to your heart’s desire!


01296 655720

functions@bucksrailcentre.org

Station Road, Quainton, Nr Aylesbury, HP22 4BY

bucksrailcentre.org

You can see the full OX Weddings Top 50 Venue Guide by following this link: https://bit.ly/38cJA21

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