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The Severn Valley Railway is stepping up its passenger services from 26 March, as it prepares for what managers hope will be a very successful season.

The DMU allows for a mid-morning first departure from Bridgnorth, something which was greatly missed in the 2023 season.

The railway will operate three timetables, A, B and C, designed to expand and contract the number of services in anticipation of lower or higher numbers of passengers. For example, timetable C, which will usually operate on high season Saturdays, will feature three steam- and one diesel-hauled service.

For more information on timetables and days out, visit svr.co.uk. Details of special event timetables for 2024 are still being finalised and these will be released as soon as possible.