Heritage Railway

ID: 9064
County: Worcestershire

All enquiries must be handled through the Worcestershire Film Office

The Severn Valley Railway is a standard gauge heritage railway in Shropshire and Worcestershire, England, named after the company that originally built the railway over which it now operates. The 16-mile (26 km) heritage line runs between Kidderminster in Worcestershire to Bridgnorth in Shropshire, following the course of the River Severn along the Severn Valley for much of its route, and crossing the river on the historic Victoria Bridge.

Train services are hauled by a mixture of steam and heritage diesel locomotives and facilities are a mixture of 19th and 20th century buildings and infrastructure.

The Severn Valley Railway can be hired for filming, with a choice of steam trains dating back to the start of the 20th century, right up until diesel trains of the modern day. Stations have even been dressed to represent 21st century Britain with card machines and barriers. Recent filming projects include Enola Holmes, Sherlock Holmes and The Chronicles of Narnia.

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