Just us over the late May Bank Holiday to commemorate 50 years of running trains, with celebrations at Bridgnorth, Eardington Halt and Hampton Loade!
Tickets available soon.
On May 23rd 1970, the newly-preserved Severn Valley Railway ran its first passenger service; departing Bridgnorth at 2pm, the steam train stopped at Eardington Halt before arriving at Hampton Loade, the line's then-current terminus. 50 years on, we look back at that remarkable day...
- Recreation of the first 2pm departure from Bridgnorth.
- Miniature and model railways.
- Vintage bus rides around Bridgnorth and to Eardington Halt.
- One of the original locomotives, No. 48773, on display at Bridgnorth for footplate visits.
- Footplate rides at Bridgnorth and Hampton Loade.
- Vintage vehicles.
- Saturday evening Fish 'N' Chip special from Bridgnorth at 7pm.
More information available soon.
|Pre-book & save
|On the day
|Annual Family Pass & Loyalty Pass valid. Children: 4 - 15 years, Family: 2 adults + 2, 3 or 4 children, Seniors: 60+. To qualify for 'pre-book & save' prices these tickets
must be purchased at least five working days in advance of your visit.
These tickets are not available for purchase from booking
offices in advance. These tickets include FREE admission to The Engine House, our Visitor Centre at Highley.
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