Engine Shed

  • Saturday 10AM - 2PM

Venue number: 27

Engine Shed

  • Saturday 10 AM - 2 PM

Venue number: 27

Engine Shed



Drop in to one of the oldest surviving train terminuses in the world and find out how Brunel’s station has been transformed into an exciting business hub.


The Engine Shed spaces were born out of offices home to Brunel’s boardroom and drawing offices. The building has now been transformed into a space ingeniously designed for collaboration- home to entrepreneurs, academics and social innovators.


Drop in: 10am – 2pm


10.30am & 12.30pm. First come, first serve.

Key Information

  • Address Station Approach, BS1 6QH
  • Map Map coming soon!
  • Amenities
    Accessible toilet
    Assistance dogs welcome
    Partial Wheelchair access
    Baby changing facilities

Design Information

  • Built1841
  • Designed byEngineer: I.K. Brunel (original), Childs & Sulzman & Nudge Group (redevelopment)
  • Building styleTudor Gothic Revival

Engine Shed forms part of the original Temple Meads train station, opened in 1841 as the terminus of the Great Western Railway, and thought to be one of the oldest surviving terminuses in the world. The building was fronted by offices which were home to Brunel’s boardroom, drawing offices, offices of Great Western Railway and Station Master’s quarters.