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Bewdley (Steam Railway)

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52°22'30"-02°18'22" show decimal

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Bewdley (Steam Railway)
The Railway Station, Bewdley, Worcestershire, DY12 1BG

Bewdley is one of the stations served by the Severn Valley Railway, which operated steam trains along this route between Bridgnorth and Kidderminster.

Admission: Train fares (as of 2007) are £12.30 return on the route.

How to get here:

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Rail: Bewdley - Taking the steam railway from Kidderminster will bring you to Bewdley. +

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Road: M5 - Exit junction 6, and then head north on the A449 towards Kidderminster. Once you reach Crossway Green, bear left onto the A4025 to Stourport-on-Severn, and then onto the B4195 towards Bewdley. Once you reach the roundabout south of the town, head north on the A456 and then turn left onto Stourport Road; the station will be on the right. +

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Access: publicStatus: recognisableSignal Hut

Photo

Photograph taken: 9th August 2008 by Paul Ballard

"Taken from the footbridge across the railway (there isn't a platform on the opposite side to get the shot)"

Black Orchid (1)
Screen Shot
A steam train pulls out of the station.

 

Additional locations as the crow flies:

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Tank Quarry (The Krotons): 17.54 miles.

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Coalport China Museum (The Mark of the Rani): 17.89 miles.

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Wheelbarrow Castle Cottage (Spearhead from Space): 18.50 miles.

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St. Paul's Church (Doctor Who Series Seven Part 2): 18.52 miles.

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Blists Hill Victorian Town (The Mark of the Rani): 18.61 miles.

Trivia:

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Footage of a steam train pulling off from the station was used in the story (itself a clip from God's Wonderful Railway).

Further links about the location:

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Shropshire Tourism - Severn Valley Railway

Related Stories

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Black Orchid [related, stock footage]: A train departs from the station.

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