With the draincocks fully opened and sanders working overtime, Flying Pig 43106 struggles to get to grips with it's eight coach train as it departs Bridgnorth. In total it was nearly two minutes l... (more)
5029 Nunney Castle leads one of the last trains of the day from Bridgenorth with a service to Kidderminster
On the night of October 28th, Tornado was reversed and two out of the ordinary coaches shunted to the rear so as not to clash. This meant that photographers headed to the SVR again for shots of To... (more)
50135 has been splitting opinion with it's Load Haul livery which is not prototypical for the class. However, it does keep the locomotive in the public eye, and here it is seen crossing Oldbury Vi... (more)
A view from the footbridge to the shed in Bridgnorth shows 2-6-2 T "Small Prairie" 4566, 0-6-0 PT 5764 and 4-6-0 7802 "Bradley Manor", all in Great Western Railway green.
In what could be better conditions, A4 60007 'Sir Nigel Gresley' is seen accelerating away from Bridgnorth complete with 'The Coronation' headboard
GWR 5029 'Nunney Castle' with the 1535 Bridgnorth - Kidderminster during the Severn Valley Railway's Festival of Steam Gala Weekend. Image published in Heritage Railway Magazine Issue No 122 Page ... (more)
GWR 5029 'Nunney Castle' with the 1125 Bridgnorth - Kidderminster during the Severn Valley Railway's Festival of Steam Gala Weekend
Erlestoke Manor being prepared for service in the shed at Bridgnorth.
With a dark storm approaching Bridgnorth the DMU makes good its escape in full sunshine. This is technically only half a Class 117, the other half being a Class 108
Black 5 climbing Eardington Bank with the first train on re-opening day of the Severn Valley railway after the floods of 2007
Driver polishes the Re-opening headboard of the first train to run from Bridgnorth to Hampton Lode since the fllod damage of June 2007
Class 08 no. D3937 stands in the yard at Bridgnorth on the Severn Valley Railway.
GWR King 6024 King Edward I was drafted in to work a special for a long time associate of the SVR. Unfortunately he passed away before he could have a final run behind this fantastic engine