Meet our Locomotives
'Meet our Locomotives' brings together operational and other information about the locomotives here at the Severn Valley Railway.
We hope that you will like this format and that the information, which is updated regularly, will be useful to you.
Locomotives in use . . .
This item, which is usually updated on Friday afternoon or evening for the following week's services, gives details of the locomotives that we expect to be operating during the next seven days.
Drive one of our locomotives . . .
Now you have met our locomotives, how about getting that little bit
closer to the action? Take part in the ultimate railway adventure with
one of our Footplate Experiences, giving you the opportunity to take
control of one of our steam or diesel locomotives on selected dates
throughout the year on a number of exciting Experiences.
Operational locomotives . . .
These are the locomotives that are available to operate our train
service. It may not be possible to see all of these locomotives on the
day of your visit as some will be receiving routine maintenance in our
workshops. We regret that casual admission to our workshops is not
Non-operational locomotives at the Visitor Centre . . .
These locomotives are on display at The Engine House at Highley. The
Engine House is open when our public train service is in operation.
Non-operational steam locomotives in storage or in course of restoration . . .
These locomotives are usually in our workshops at Bridgnorth. We regret that casual admission to our workshops is not permitted.
Operational & non-operational diesel locomotives . . .
Diesel locomotives usually operate during the summer months on various
services in addition to our normal steam-operated trains. When not in
service, most of our diesel locomotives are not available to view from
public areas of the railway.
Diesel locomotive operating dates . . .
This item gives details of the diesel
locomotives that we expect to be operating the diesel service on
Timetables A and C throughout the year.