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Swindon railway station is on the line from London Paddington to Bristol. Residents of Swindon are known as Swindonians. The town is home to the offices of English Heritage, the Historic England Archive (formerly the National Monuments Record Centre) and the headquarters of the National Trust (all three are on parts of the site of the former Great Western Railway’s Swindon Works), and the head office of the Nationwide Building Society.
Between 1841 and 1842, Isambard Kingdom Brunel‘s Swindon Works was built for the repair and maintenance of locomotives on the Great Western Railway (GWR). The GWR built a small railway village to house some of its workers. The Steam Railway Museum and English Heritage, including the English Heritage Archive, now occupy part of the old works.
HOW TO FIND US
Driving on M4, exit at J16 for Swindon.
Take the A3102 to Swindon Town Centre
At the next roundabout, take the second exit continuing on A3102 towards Swindon Town Centre
At the Mannington Road Roundabout take the third exit, to Wootton Bassett Road/A3102
At the next roundabout take the first exit onto Wescott Place
At the next roundabout take the second exit onto Faringdon Road, keep right as the lanes divide.
At the traffic lights at the end of Faringdon Road, turn right onto Farnsby Street
At the end of this road turn left onto Commercial Road
Reeds Solicitors is towards the top end of Commercial Road.
There is a large public pay and Display Car Park nearby. As you progress along Commercial Road, take the second left onto Granville Street.
The closest train station is Swindon Station. Swindon is on the Great Western mainline between Bristol and London. It is a major hub for trains to London, Wales and the Southwest.
To find the office from Swindon Train Station, please follow the directions below.
Exit the station through the main entrance, onto Station Road (towards the taxi ramp).
Cross over the road, and start walking down Wellington Street. This is the street that’s between the two pubs opposite the station; The Queens Tap, and The Great Western Hotel.
At the end of the road, make a slight right turn and cross over the road at the pedestrian crossing.
Turn right, and then left along the footpath through the buildings.
When you’ve gone through the buildings, turn right onto The Parade.
This will take you through a pedestrian underpass, passing under Fleming Way.
Follow this path, then take a left onto Regent Street (straight after the Metrobank)
Turn right onto Temple Street (a little bit past The Savoy pub).
Follow Temple Street until you reach Commercial Road.
Turn left onto Commercial Road.
Reeds Swindon Office is on the righthand side of the road, opposite Helping Hands.