'Freedom of the Line' tickets - Severn Valley Railway
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'Freedom of the Line' tickets

'Freedom of the Line' tickets

'Freedom of the Line' ticket holders, we’d like to thank you for your patience during these unprecedented times - we are very much looking forward to welcoming you back.

As our Railway continues to run services in September, we wanted to give you a full update, so you have all the information on enjoying your visit.

The health and safety of our guests and employees is always our number one priority so we’ve been working hard to make sure the Railway complies with government guidelines and we have everything in place for you to have a safe and enjoyable visit.

As we need to manage our capacity to ensure everyone has a safe and enjoyable visit, all passengers will be required to pre-book a compartment or table, for a set itinerary on the Railway.

ADVANCE BOOKINGS
 

The health and safety of our guests and our staff is our number one priority. In order to comply with government guidelines, we need to manage our capacity to ensure everyone has a safe and enjoyable visit. Because of this, all passengers will be required to pre-book a ticket in advance.

We know many of you buy your 'Freedom of the Line' tickets as presents or to have the option to visit the Railway spontaneously, so we’re closely following Government advice and will update this process when it’s suitable to do so.

HOW TO TRAVEL IN SEPTEMBER

To honour your purchase, we will reduce the price of a compartment or table by the value of your ticket/s for travel in September. To pre-book tickets, you’ll need to email our Visitor Services Team (contact@svrlive.com) with the train service and date you would like to travel on, your receipt, a contact telephone number and a photograph of your 'Freedom of the Line' ticket/s. We will then contact you by phone to confirm your booking and take payment if neccessary.

We cannot allow entry for anyone who hasn’t booked in advance.

AND FINALLY

We look forward to welcoming you back to the Severn Valley Railway. 


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