SVR Bridgnorth Station

The spiritual home of Severn Valley Railway

Just days to go…

to the departure of the building contractor’s compound and cabins, and the start of a big tidy up at the south end of the station.


In the meantime, here are some images taken on Saturday.

Our Wailing Wall team colleagues have been painting the railings, posts, modesty panel, so speed up progress and ensure a top quality finish of the appropriate GW colours. We’ve got through a few tins of paint and the finish is evident to close inspection.


One response to “Just days to go…”

  1. Looking really good. Can’t wait to visit next year & take a good look around.
    Congratulations to all involved.
    John Dickerson

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About US

Originally opened in 1862 Bridgnorth was the principal intermediate station and crossing point between Hartlebury and Shrewsbury. After its last BR passenger service in September 1963 it was saved by preservationists and reopened to Hampton Loade in 1970. We have the only listed building on the Severn Valley Railway, grade II first listed in 1974, and many other unique features which we’ll tell you about here.


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