More info: Bridgnorth station is the current Northern terminus of the Severn Valley Railway. The Severn Valley Railway is a tourist attraction and heritage steam railway operating full-size, mainly steam-hauled passenger trains for 16 miles along the picturesque Severn Valley between Kidderminster, Bewdley and Bridgnorth and crosses the River Severn on the historic Victoria Bridge.
Bridgnorth station has two platforms connected by a footbridge, a yard, and a signal box. The original Severn Valley Railway continued northwards towards Ironbridge through a 550 yard long tunnel underneath Bridgnorth High Town. The main station building dates back to 1862 and is a listed Grade II building by Historic England, for its special architectural and historic interest.
In the town of Bridgnorth is the Bridgnorth Cliff Railway – the oldest and steepest funicular railway in England. For over a century Bridgnorth Cliff Railway has been transporting the people of Bridgnorth up and down the 111 ft sandstone cliffs that separate High Town from Low Town, and the River Severn.