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Arley Station

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Ideal for picnics, country walks and river views

Arley Station

You are out in the heart of the Worcestershire countryside now. Arley is a peaceful place where you can leave the train and enjoy the quiet of the countryside. A footbridge over the River Severn leads you into Arley village where you will find small shop and a café.

Factfile . . .
Parking NO – access by train only.
Toilets YES
Disabled-friendly toilets NO
Wheelchair access to the train - platform 1 YES
Wheelchair access to the train - platform 2 YES, with staff assistance only.
Refreshment room YES, usually at weekends only.
Sales YES, weekends only.
Access information The village is a 10-minute walk from the station along a country lane. A footbridge takes you over the River Severn and into the village. The return walk to the station is moderately steep in parts.

Things to See and Do . . .
Picnics The station has a number of places where you can enjoy a picnic whilst you watch the trains go by. Over the road bridge to platform 2 provides the best option with benches located all along the platform and a picnic area with picnic tables situated at the north end of the platform.
Arley Arboretum Arley Arboretum is well worth a visit (separate charge applies). Once over the River Severn turn left through the village and look out for the local signs. A visit to Arley Arboretum will take a minimum of two hours including the walk from and to the station. Visit www.arleyarboretum.co.uk to find out more.
Riverside walks From the river bridge, head north or south for a leisurely walk along either bank of the River Severn.
Eateries Pub grub is available from ‘The Harbour Inn’ which is just a few yards down the lane from the station. ‘The Harbour’ also has a beer garden which is popular on sunny days. There is also a café in the village and a shop that sells ices.
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How to get here . . .

By Road

The narrow country lanes to these stations are unsuitable for coaches, other than minibuses, and there are no general parking facilities.

Riverside parking, which is approximately 200 yards from Arley Station, is available for light vehicles. This parking is not operated by the Severn Valley Railway and a parking charge applies. Not recommended during periods of wet weather.

There is also a car park on the east bank of the river to the north of the quay.  'Pay and display' charge applies.


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