Preserved railways are enjoyed by almost everyone due to the scenic views and the old and vintage steam trains. The Severn Valley railway is home to many great Locomotives, both steam and diesel, and has lovely scenic views as it cuts through the countryside if Worcestershire and Shropshire to the north. It has 8 great stations including 2 halt stations that are only open to people that request to stop (Could be a good feature, a random chance of a passenger putting their arm out to catch the train). The scenic route also follows the river severn. Features Of the route Some features of the route include Victoria bridge that stretches over the river severn: And the amazing views at Highly: Locos The Severn Vallye Railway has lots of locos that run. One of the most prominent diesels on the route is the class 50s as there are currently 5 of them. They always have at least 1 working and they often run on the line. They are loved by many. Above ^^ 50 049 (My Faveorite) Also a big member to the Severn Valley (Tho not there all that often due to going on trips) is the class 14. Specifically D9551. A huge member to the Steam Family is 34053 'Sir Keith Park'