2018-04-07 10:00:002018-04-08 17:00:00Europe/LondonSevern Valley Railway - Open House WeekendThe Severn Valley Railway's Open House Weekend is back, and April 7th & 8th is a date you'll want to put in your diary! With a number of model railways on display along the Railway, behind the scenes tours and a whole host of other attractions, this is an event not to be missed! With both full-size steam and diesel trains in service during the event running between Kidderminster and Bridgnorth, there's plenty to see both on and off the rails.Severn Valley Railway, Comberton Hill, Kidderminster, Worcestershire DY10 1QXSevern Valley RailwaySevern Valley Railway - Open House Weekend
Sat 7th April 2018 - Sun 8th April 2018
Severn Valley Railway,
Comberton Hill, Kidderminster, Worcestershire DY10 1QX
OPENING TIMES: 10am - 5pm ADMISSION:
The Severn Valley Railway's Open House Weekend is back, and April 7th & 8th is a date you'll want to put in your diary! With a number of model railways on display along the Railway, behind the scenes tours and a whole host of other attractions, this is an event not to be missed! With both full-size steam and diesel trains in service during the event running between Kidderminster and Bridgnorth, there's plenty to see both on and off the rails.
List of Traders Attending :
List of Layouts Attending :
Upper Studley: the Terminus of A Country Branch Near Gloucester in About 1961.
Wantage: A Homage to the Wantage Tramway As It Was in the Mid-Thirties Modelled in 3mm Fine Scale.
Fair T Middlin: 1950/60s Fictional Industrial Area in the North of England.
Hackworth: A Fictitious Loop Off the Great Central Mainline Used Predominantly For Coal Traffic.
Bridge Norton: '0' Gauge Authentic Sounds of the Mid-Seventies Corporate Blue Era in the Western Region.
Dagnell End: 1960s on the Southern Region in the Changeover Years from Steam to Diesel and Electric.
Little Kidmore Wharf: A Small Wharf and Goods Yard Serving A Jam, Pickle and Vinegar Manufacturer.
It's All White: It's Deep Winter on the Moors, and the Double Mainline, Junction and Goods Yard Are Under A Blanket of Snow.
Arley: Our Very Own Station at Arley in '00' Gauge, Depicting the Great Western Railway Or Preservation Era.
Brewery Lane: an Industrial Scene Modelled in '009', Depicting the Period of Austerity in Post-War Britian.
Town & Country: After Taking 5 Years to Build, This Layout is based on Pure Imagination and Not on Any Particular Part of the Country.
Brynderi: Through Station With A Small Branchline and Goods Yard Set in the 1950s.
Much Snoreing: the Sleepy Old Market Town of Much Snoreing Where the Great Western Mainline Meets to the Little Branch Line.
Ridge Lane: Loaded Stone Wagons Are Bought Down from the Quarry and Handed Over to the Larger Narrow Gauge Locomotives in the Shunting Area.
Mannin Middle: by the Summer of 1964, the Isle of Man Steam Railway Was A Shadow of Its Former Self, With the Foxdale Branch Seeing Few Passengers.
Woltersdorfer Strassenbahn: A Tramway in East Berlin from the Early 1900s to the Present Day.
Rolleston-On-Dove: 'em' Gauge Layout Portraying the Station at Rolleston-On-Dove on the Ex-North Staffordshire Line from Burton.
Heybridge Wharf: A Fictitious Inland Wharf Somewhere in Suffolk.
Midsummer End: Set in the Mid-1940s, the Layout is A Fictional Village Terminus at the End of A Branchline With the Sights and Sounds of the Great Western Railway.
Atherley Narrows: 'ho' Scale Canadian Pacific in Southern Ontario in the 1990s, Built Around A Swing Bridge.
Willowbrook Marsh: A Small Goods Depot and Maltings Complex, Situated on the Borders of the Midland and Eastern Regions of British Railways During the Mid 1950-60’s Period.
Afon Adit: A Gold Mine Somewhere in Mid Wales.
Margate Road: Double Track Through Station in '00', Including A Small Goods Yard.
Corwenna: Inspired by the Wenfordbridge Branch in Cornwall, the Fictional Layout is Served by Pannier Tanks and Beattie Well Tanks.
Hampton End: A Small Branchline Serving A Small Village Saved by Preservationists, and Now Running Foreign Engines and Stock.
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This page last updated on 12 March, 2018
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