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Bridgnorth Station

The spiritual home of the Severn Valley Railway

Bridgnorth Station, Hollybush Rd, Bridgnorth WV16 5DT


Bridgnorth Station is the northern terminus of the Severn Valley Railway, situated in an historic Shropshire market town surrounded by countryside and bisected by the River Severn.


The main station building is Grade II listed – the only one of its kind on the Railway – and the whole station site is in the conservation area. The station’s history is a modest intermediate stop on the Worcester – Shrewsbury line, and originally built on made-up land due to its geology and proximity to the river. The site is therefore somewhat restricted and linear, and not designed for easy vehicular access, or visitor parking.


The station is run predominantly by volunteers – from all walks of life – and some are not even train enthusiasts, but enjoy the friendly atmosphere. The licensed refreshment room, now known as The Railwayman's Arms, has stayed open for business throughout the station’s history, being first opened in 1861.


April 6th 2018

Our 'overflow' parking field is CLOSED due to boggy conditions.
As a result arrangements have been made for a PARK AND RIDE facility, as was used for Pacific Power, at the Nock Deighton Auction Site in Tasley, WV16 4QR
A frequent minibus service will run between the parking site and the station, from 09.30 until the last arrival at the station, on both Saturday and Sunday.
Parking at the auction site will be £2 on Saturday and £4 on Sunday.


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January 19th 2018

The Bridgnorth Station blog has been updated with the latest from work in the closed season,

Sue Thomas

January 18th 2017

Wailing Wall Construction Company are busy on various tasks - running-in board, benches, annual repaint of booking hall, priming/painting the 'free-issue' posts for the new building... 
lots to do - newcomers welcome!

A busy today on 17th saw ten members continue with our programme of winter maintenance and improvements. Four members were dispatched to continue relaying the top of the back wall of Platform 2. Two were tasked with providing suitable ramp access into the temporary disabled toilet and dealing with problems associated with the door locking mechanism. One was involved in carpentry for the Booking Hall and the remainder set to with paint brushes to get the gatepost and Gentlemen’s modesty screen posts painted ready for the contractors to install in the concrete base of the new canteen / toilet facility.

November 27th 2016

Wailing Wall Construction Company (the station gang) is still busy on station projects. They have provided a new concreted lower level hard surface for storage of 'lighting up' timber. November 23rd 2016.

October 18th 2016

We were recently pleased to welcome a group of 14 staff from Network Rail who had a team building visit to help us with maintenance works, this time cleaning and repainting the railings alongside platform 2. They completed the section up to the waiting room. Thanks guys!

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