Sitting next to Epping tube station, the former railway signal room has recently been converted into a museum, with working signal levers, and a heritage train that’s currently being restored.
About Epping Signaling MuseumA museum that is restoring a 90-year old shunting locomotive used on the London Underground and has fully restored a working signal control panel.
There's also a large collection of tube heritage in the ground floor of the signal control room to see.
Visits are usually accompanied by a volunteer who will show you around and show off how the signal control panel works.
Epping Signaling Museum,
The museum is free to visit, but cash donations are appreciated.
Prices last checked March 2023.Link to Epping Signaling Museum's website
The museum is open on Saturdays between 10am and 4:30pm.
Opeing hours last checked March 2023.
It's a site next to a working railway, so there's no step-free access to the site, and in places slightly rough paving.
Frequently asked questions
What's the nearest railway station to Epping Signaling Museum
The nearest station is Epping Tube Station which is 0 miles away.