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The Severn Valley Railway launches its special Christmas services on Thursday 3rd December and is celebrating an enthusiastic take-up of seats on board its trains.
Following the government announcement on Saturday about new national Covid-19 restrictions, the Severn Valley Railway will close from Thursday, 5 November until 2 December.
Track from a disused railway line that was removed as part of the Wednesbury to Brierley Hill Metro extension has been given a new home after being donated to the Severn Valley Railway.
The Severn Valley Railway has received a lifeline financial boost of £906,000 from the government to help it through the next six months.
Severn Valley Railway plays an important role in the latest film release on Netflix, Enola Holmes.
The Severn Valley Railway is celebrating the best of Worcestershire and Shropshire by supporting local businesses, and giving its visitors a tempting flavour of both counties.
The Severn Valley Railway Charitable Trust has agreed a major funding boost totalling for repairs to a landslip near Highley and restoration of GWR Hawksworth coach.
After four-and-a-half months in lockdown, Severn Valley Railway welcomed the return of passengers over the weekend.
The Severn Valley Railway has received £250,000 from The National Lottery Heritage Fund to help it survive in the immediate future as it prepares to reopen in August.
Severn Valley Railway will reopen for daily passenger services from Saturday 1 August with a range of excursions aimed at bringing families together for an enjoyable day out.
The group behind the SVR’s ever popular Step Back to the 1940s events has come up with an exciting alternative in the face of this year’s cancellations.
The Severn Valley Railway has issued a new warning to would-be trespassers over the coming weeks as it prepares for reopening.