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What's on at The Engine House?

What's on at The Engine House?

Remember - Admission is free with your Bewdley - Bridgnorth 'Freedom of the Line' ticket!

Open 10.30am to 5.15pm at weekends in February and March.

February 29th: Private Function - You are still welcome to visit on this date but there will be limited access to certain areas. The restaurant and gift-shop are not affected.

March: Open every Saturday and Sunday throughout the month, 10.30am to 5.15pm.

Tea/coffee and cake special offer in our comfortable restaurant. See our 'Extras' page to find out more.

Other Attractions.

In our massive locomotive hall see the new exhibition about our ex-London Transport tank engine and meet the star of the show itself, No.5764 looking great in its fabulous red London Transport livery and carrying its former number, L95!

Also in the locomotive hall, step back to the 1940's with a visit to our royal saloon. Built in 1941 and used by King George VI and Queen Elizabeth (later the 'Queen Mother') during the war years, the royal saloon is open for visits on dates when staff availability allows. If walls had ears imagine the stories it could tell!

A warm welcome awaits you in our restaurant. Why not pop in for a morning coffee, a hearty lunch or afternoon tea and watch the trains go by while you eat from our fabulous first-floor viewing balcony.

Come and see our revamped gift-shop. See our range of Hornby Railways 'Harry Potter' products. Also available, Hornby locomotives in 00 scale. See before you buy with our new displays!

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