Dining in style...
Relax and return to a more leisurely era when you dine in style in one of our period restaurant cars as the beautiful Severn Valley countryside slips by your window.
There are two steam-hauled dining services on the Severn Valley Railway, each offering menus that change with the seasons.
Our Dining trains operate most weekends plus selected weekdays in the summer, and should you wish to make a whole day of it then you can – your travel ticket is valid for other trains on the day!
The Severn Valley Limited
Boarding at Kidderminster, the Severn Valley Limited Service accommodates up to 98 diners in authentic 1930s Great Western Railway carriages, hauled by one of our historic steam locomotives.
Operating from February to December, the return trip to Bridgnorth offers a leisurely and relaxed dining experience. During the return journey the train stops at Highley only where passengers may alight for The Engine House Visitor Centre and then continue to Kidderminster on a later train.
The Severn Valley Venturer
The Venturer accommodates 42 passengers in the sumptuous comfort of a classic 1940s First Class dining carriage, hauled by a steam locomotive, hosted by a dedicated team of volunteers.
Meals are served during a single journey from Kidderminster to Bridgnorth on dates from March to October. You can then use the return journey to visit intermediate stations should you wish.
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Unique experiences . . .
We also host a number of other Dining Experiences, including Murder Mystery, Morning Coffee, Afternoon Tea, Cream Tea and Tasting Trains.
Murder Mystery Morning Coffee & Afternoon Tea Cream Tea
Wine, Whisky & Gin Tasting Trains
discounts on travel tickets are available for groups of 15 or more fare paying passengers.
Bookings from Stag and Hen Parties will not be accepted on any dining service.
Access for those with mobility issues:
due to the historic design of our dining car carriages with their narrow doors and gangways, it is NOT possible to accommodate wheelchairs at a table in one of these carriages. It is also important to note that passengers with mobility issues will need to climb up or down a step to get into or out of the train.
For those who are able to walk a short distance wheelchairs can be folded and carried in the brake van.
In order to avoid problems on the day of the visit we strongly advise those with mobility issues to seek advice from our staff BEFORE booking.