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The Severn Valley Railway offers a fantastic heritage steam and diesel service between Kidderminster, Worcestershire and Bridgnorth Shropshire. We operate over 200 days a year and offer a perfect day out that includes a superb visitor centre at...more
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Hours Today: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
Number One 1 Comberton Place, Kidderminster DY10 1QR, England
This is a delightful railway streching from Kidderminster to Bridgenorth. Would recommend a day rover ticket so that you can visit places along the route. Would recommend getting of at Bewdley and spending time exploring the village on the banks of the river severn, perhaps...More
Like going back in time! Great station at Kidderminster with loads of old fashioned posters, shops and memorabilia.
The guards and conductors were really chatty and welcoming and told us lots of things about the trains and they have a genuine enthusiasm that is really...More
The SVR is rated one of Britain's premier heritage railways, and this first visit, on a sunny albeit breezy late summer day, did not disappoint. We opted for a Freedom of the Line ticket (at £42 for two adults, fairly steep), allowing us to make...More
The Steam train departed from Kidderminster on time - an experience in itself!! As it was during the school holidays the train was full but everyone managed to get a seat I think. You book your ticket to any of the stations on route but...More
A special treat for my birthday given by my daughter. Sunday lunch was very good, dessert was delicious. Waiters and waitresses were excellent. On arrival we were asked if we would be visiting Highley which we did. Confusion at Bridgnorth as no-one was sure if...More
This is just the sweetest railway created with love and the effort they make is perfect. The trains are all authentic and the locos all saved and restored by volunteers. There’s an excellent real ale pubs full of old eccentrics but the whole thing is...More