The Spice Train is back! at Severn Valley Railway
May 18th, July 19th, September 13th & October 19th.
Travel in our diesel unit for an evening journey from Kidderminster, calling at Bewdley and Arley, on the way to our Visitor Centre at Highley.
The train departs from Kidderminster at 7.00pm and returns at 10.15pm.
On arrival at Highley you are welcome to tour the exhibitions and displays before enjoying a supper from our curry buffet which includes a free beer or alternative soft drink.
The train returns to Kidderminster.
Return train travel + curry and a beer (or soft drink) + VAT.
Bar facilities are available on this train.
Facilities for the less able are available on this train.
Advance booking is essential.
£25.00 & £1.00 booking fee
|Fri 19 Jul 2013|
|Fri 13 Sep 2013|
|Sat 19 Oct 2013|
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VenueSevern Valley Railway
The Railway Station, Bewdley, DY12 1BG
Map reference: SO 791753 Lat: 52.37579 Long: -2.30711
By Road - Follow the brown tourist signs to 'Steam Railway' or 'Severn Valley Railway'.
Directions from Train Station - Kidderminster mainline station is adjacent. Its a short easy walk across the car park to the SVR station!
Parking : with charge
Accessible by Public Transport : Kidderminster / Bewdley station
The Severn Valley Railway strives very hard to provide access for people of all ages who have a variety of mobility or other special needs.
For the physically less able specially adapted vehicles, which allow wheelchair access, are available on certain trains. Disability friendly toilets are also fitted in these vehicles.
At all stations, but excluding Northwood and Country Park Halts, ramps are available which connect between the train and the platform. The train crew and station staff will assist passengers in wheelchairs if required, they are used to doing this.
If your group is likely to contain a large number of physically less able people, our staff at Bewdley will provide advice regarding the best trains to travel on and the most appropriate stations to embark and disembark. Please call.
Please remember that our stations were built in the 1860s and, as such, pose some operational difficulties.