The Severn Valley Railway

The Severn Valley Railway in Bridgnorth live

The Severn Valley Railway

The Severn Valley Railway is a full-size standard-gauge railway line, running regular, mainly steam-hauled, passenger trains between Kidderminster in Worcestershire and Bridgnorth in Shropshire, a distance of approximately sixteen miles.

Bridgnorth is the most northerly station on the Severn Valley Railway.

Opened in 1862, this Shropshire station has two platforms and is connected to the town by a steel footbridge.

The station has a wonderful GWR-style Refreshment Room, a traditional real-ale pub, shop and much more. 


Book a Trip from Bridgnorth

Join the steam train at Bridgnorth for a leisurely round trip to Kidderminster, with the option to leave the train at some of our beautiful stations to stretch your legs.

Whether you want to visit The Engine House or enjoy a riverside walk and a picnic at Arley, we have lots of Top Travel Tips for passengers on The Adventurer! Click here to find out more.

Start time: 11.00am

Finish time: 4.55pm

  • Ticket Prices
  • Reserved Table (for two people) – The Adventurer £50.00
  • Private Compartment (up to four people) – The Adventurer £100.00
  • Private Compartment (up to six people) – The Adventurer £150.00
  • Wheelchair Space – The AdventurerFree

Drive a Train

Driving a train, whether it be with a steam or a diesel locomotive, is a fantastic and unforgettable experience.


Opening Times

The Station 9am – 5pm
The Railwayman’s Arms Monday & Tuesday
12 – 11pm,
Wednesday – Sunday
11 – 11pm 

Refreshment Room: 
9am – 5pm during running days


Available for £4 per day. Please follow WV16 5DP for parking on Severn Valley Railway car park. Over 200 spaces available. Disabled parking available at WV16 4AX.

Events in Bridgnorth

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