steam railway miniature etc in Shropshire
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Steam & Miniature Railways Shropshire

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Shropshire Preserved Railways, Steam, Narrow Gauge and Miniature Railways

blank tabWESTON PARK MINIATURE RAILWAYSteam & Miniature Railways
Weston Park, Weston-under-Lizard, Shifnal, Shropshire, TF11 8NA

Weston Park Railway, located in the grounds of Weston Park is a 7¼" gauge miniature railway which runs through a wooded section of the Park. Ride lasts approximately 12 minutes. Normal service is by diesel engine but steam usually runs on Bank Holidays and in conjunction with special events held at Weston Park. There are also several occasions when visiting engines may be found at work.
Tel: 01952 850336
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tabTelford Steam RailwaySteam & Miniature Railways
The Old Loco Shed, Bridge Road, Horsehay, Telford, Shropshire

Telford Steam Railway is close to the industrial heritage museum of Ironbridge Gorge and operated by a small, friendly team of volunteers.
Tel: 07876 762790

tabCambrian Heritage RailwaysSteam & Miniature Railways
Cambrian Railways Trust, Llynclys South Station, Llynclys, Oswestry, Shropshire SY10 8BX

The Cambrian Railways Trust ran their first steam service in 2007, the first for 40 years. Passenger services operate from Llynclys to Pen y Garreg a journey through lovely Shropshire countryside and from Oswestry to Middleton Road Bridge where the line ends for now. Standard Gauge.
Tel: 01691 679007

Severn Valley Railway

The Railway Station, Bewdley, Worcestershire, DY12 1BG
Tel: 01299 403816    Fax: 01299 400839

The Severn Valley Railway runs for 16 miles from Kidderminster in Worcestershire to Bridgnorth in Shropshire and boasts one of the largest collections of working steam locomotives and coaches, including some rolling stock which is over 80 years old. It hosts many special events throughout the year including visits by those children's favourites 'Thomas the Tank Engine' and of course 'Santa'. Other events include the popular '1940s Weekend', 'Classic Car and Bike Day' and 'Severn Valley in Bloom', which highlights the beautiful Station gardens. The Railway also offers a wide variety of catering facilities ranging from the buffets at the main stations, a trolley service on the trains, through to the ever popular Sunday luncheon trains. These trains operate on most Sundays throughout the year and advance booking is required. The beautiful valley of the River Severn is best seen from the train or by alighting at one of the intermediate stations you can enjoy a walk along the riverside paths.

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