EIGHTIES hit-makers travelled back in time to one of Oxfordshire's best-loved attractions to record a festive video.

The Fizz - formerly Bucks Fizz - are out to prove they still haven't gone flat and dropped into the Didcot Railway Centre on Thursday.

Band members Jay Aston, Mike Nolan and Cheryl Baker were out filming for a forthcoming video to be released this year alongside an album of Christmas hits.

The four-piece band, which reformed last year without final member Bobby G, famously won the Eurovision Song Contest in 1981 - one of only five British winners in 60 years.

They have sold 15 million records worldwide, and had three number one singles - Making Your Mind Up, The Land of Make Believe and My Camera Never Lies.

A legal dispute has forced them to drop the 'Bucks' part of their name but they are still releasing new music including last year's The F-Z Of Pop album.

The Fizz were the latest celebrities to use to Railway Centre as a location for filming.

In its 50 years of operation, it has played host to hundreds of production companies and can be spotted as the backdrop for countless films and television shows.

Notable examples include the Academy Award-winning film 'The Danish Girl', Dan Cruickshank's documentary series 'Great Railway Adventures', 'Anna Karenina' starring Keira Knightley and BBC Two comedy 'Thank You, Comrades' starring Sir Ben Kingsley and David Howey.