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Hidden : 05/10/2011
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Severn Valley Railway series is for those that love Steam Railways; they will get you to where you can see moving trains close up, in picturesque places.

Eardington is a small village in Shropshire two kilometres south of the town of Bridgnorth along the busy B4555 road.
The Severn Valley Railway runs immediately to the east of the village and there was once a stop on the line situated about half a mile to the south between Upper and Lower Forge, called Eardington Halt.
Eardington opened as one of the original Stations on the Severn V alley line with a brick waiting room and single platform, but was not readily accessible from the nearby villages of Chelmarsh and Eardington and was demoted to a halt.

The tunnel under the Railway Line takes you on a pleasant walk through Daddy Wood and was used for moving livestock.

OS Explorer 218 1:25 000 for this area.

Park at N52° 30. 364 W 002° 24. 288

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FTF Shropshire Seekers.

STF Greygeeza

TTF The Vaughans

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