Severn Valley Railway
Miles from Barnutopia
Set in beautiful English countryside, The Severn Valley Railway is a 16-mile long heritage railway in the Midlands, running regular passenger steam trains, heritage diesel trains and special events throughout the year.

Step back in time to travel on fabulous historic trains and visit fascinating places along the route, including the Engine House, with its collection of historic engines and carriages. The Severn Valley Railway will charm and thrill everyone, both young and old.

Along the line you will discover many reasons why the Severn Valley Railway is an ideal day out in the UK. Our Kidderminster station is the most southern end of the line and retains the character of the original Ross-On-Wye station, built by GWR.

Moving northbound you can stop and admire the countryside town of Bewdley, the Worcestershire village of Arley, get up close and learn about our trains and carriages at The Engine House, visit the sleepy hamlet of Hampton Loade and visit the Shropshire town of Bridgnorth.

It is also possible to join the train from Bridgnorth and travel south to Kidderminster.