Didcot Railway Centre enjoyed a busy Easter weekend as it welcomed visitors for a range of events.

Over the four-day break, attendees were treated to steam train rides in mostly dry weather.

Some came in Victorian attire which added a nostalgic feel to the event.

thisisoxfordshire:  Hilary Donaldson in Victorian costume Hilary Donaldson in Victorian costume (Image: Didcot Railway Station)

Attendees enjoyed first-class luxury on a train, while pets including a Maltipoo also took part.

thisisoxfordshire: Pablo, a Maltipoo, enjoying his day at the railway centre Pablo, a Maltipoo, enjoying his day at the railway centre (Image: Didcot Railway Station)

A 'Find the Animals' quiz took place for children in the museum, while a vintage train, the King George Locomotive, was manned by fireman Nick Jackson.

The historical signal box, once belonging to Radstock, was on display too.

The station has a range of events coming up including 'Diesel Days' on April 6 and 7, 13 and 14, 20 and 21 and 27 and 28.