Severn Valley Railway - 1940's Weekends
Severn Valley Railway,
The Railway Station
Tel : +44 01299 403816
Revised train fares apply. 'Freedom of the Line' tickets include FREE admission to The Engine House, our Visitor Centre at Highley.
ADVANCE BOOKING IS STRONGLY ADVISED. PRE-BOOK & SAVE.
We turn the clocks back to the 1940s with this lighthearted journey back in time. With costumed re-enactors, specially constructed displays, and flypasts of historic aircraft of the time., this is one of our most popular events of the year. Come as you are or take on the spirit of the event by wearing a costume of the period.
Tickets on the day:
Adults: £22.50, Seniors: £19.50, Children (4 - 15 years) £13.50 (under 4s travel free)
Follow the brown tourist signs from the M6, M42 and M5 Midland links. From the motorway network follow the 'steam railway' and 'Severn Valley Railway' signs and the little white engine. Kidderminster is the main entry point to the Severn Valley Railway with ample parking close to the station on most days.
Kidderminster - DY10 1QX
Bewdley - DY12 1BG
Bridgnorth - WV16 5DT
By Public Transport
By train: Kidderminster (SVR) is adjacent to Kidderminster main line station. Frequent services from Birmingham – Snow Hill, Worcester, Malvern, Leamington Spa and Solihull call at Kidderminster. From Wolverhampton and Birmingham – New St, change at Smethwick Galton Bridge for local services to Kidderminster.
By bus: Arriva buses operate a service from Wolverhampton.
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