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[[File:BritainFromAbove StourportWide 1948.jpg|thumb|300px|right|1948 aerial photograph of Stourport. The station is at top centre, the SVR passing from left (Bewdley) to right (Hartlebury). The River Severn, Stourport Power Station (plus sidings), and canal basins on the Staffordshire and Worcestershire canal are also visible. Image from [ Britain from Above]]]
[[File: Stourport_OS.jpg |thumb|300px|right| Extract from 1951 OS Map showing Stourport]]
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==Stourport Station==
[[File: Stourport_OS.jpg |thumb|300px|right| Extract from 1951 OS Map showing Stourport]]
Stourport Station was located 3 miles from Hartlebury and 37¾ miles from Shrewsbury. It was considered one of the principal stations on the line, with two platforms and a passing loop from opening in 1862 as well as a small goods yard and goods shed. The station building was almost identical to those at [[Bewdley]] and [[Buildwas]]. The location of the station just a short way north of the town made it perhaps the most convenient of the Severn Valley Railway’s stations relative to the town it served.

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