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*1894 The GWR approved the construction of a ladies’ waiting room and WC on the Up platform at [[Berrington]], at a cost of £240.<ref>[[Bibliography#Books|Marshall (1989)]] p. 112.</ref>
 
*1894 The GWR approved the construction of a ladies’ waiting room and WC on the Up platform at [[Berrington]], at a cost of £240.<ref>[[Bibliography#Books|Marshall (1989)]] p. 112.</ref>
 
*1906 The GWR approved the provision of additional sidings at [[Stourport]].<ref>[[Bibliography#Books|Marshall (1989)]] p. 89.</ref>
 
*1906 The GWR approved the provision of additional sidings at [[Stourport]].<ref>[[Bibliography#Books|Marshall (1989)]] p. 89.</ref>
*1963 [[BR 80300 Post Office Sorting Van|TPO 80300]], now on display in [[The Engine House]], was part of the train involved in the Great Train Robbery.<ref>Poster in The Engine House</ref>
 
 
*1988 [[Severn Valley Railway (Holdings) PLC]] gave a Legal Charge in favour of the County Council of Hereford & Worcester in respect of "All that land at [[Bewdley]] containing six point seven acres or thereabouts together with the buildings erected thereon."<ref>[https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/01046274/charges Companies House] (Retrieved 14 March 2019)</ref>  
 
*1988 [[Severn Valley Railway (Holdings) PLC]] gave a Legal Charge in favour of the County Council of Hereford & Worcester in respect of "All that land at [[Bewdley]] containing six point seven acres or thereabouts together with the buildings erected thereon."<ref>[https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/01046274/charges Companies House] (Retrieved 14 March 2019)</ref>  
 
*2015 the SVR was operated almost entirely by current and former members of the [[SVR Apprentices|SVR Junior Club]] in a unique tribute to much-loved volunteer, the late Don Wilcox - "Don's Day".
 
*2015 the SVR was operated almost entirely by current and former members of the [[SVR Apprentices|SVR Junior Club]] in a unique tribute to much-loved volunteer, the late Don Wilcox - "Don's Day".

Latest revision as of 21:41, 2 June 2020

On August 8 in SVRSevern Valley RailwaySVRA:Severn Valley Railway AssociationSVRS:Severn Valley Railway Society history.

  • 1894 The GWRGreat Western Railway approved the construction of a ladies’ waiting room and WC on the UpIn reference to the direction of travel means towards the major terminus (i.e. towards Kidderminster on the present day SVR) platform at Berrington, at a cost of £240.[1]
  • 1906 The GWRGreat Western Railway approved the provision of additional sidings at Stourport.[2]
  • 1988 Severn Valley Railway (Holdings) PLC gave a Legal Charge in favour of the County Council of Hereford & Worcester in respect of "All that land at Bewdley containing six point seven acres or thereabouts together with the buildings erected thereon."[3]
  • 2015 the SVRSevern Valley RailwaySVRA:Severn Valley Railway AssociationSVRS:Severn Valley Railway Society was operated almost entirely by current and former members of the SVR Junior Club in a unique tribute to much-loved volunteer, the late Don Wilcox - "Don's Day".

See also

On this day in SVRSevern Valley RailwaySVRA:Severn Valley Railway AssociationSVRS:Severn Valley Railway Society history

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References

  1. Marshall (1989) p. 112.
  2. Marshall (1989) p. 89.
  3. Companies House (Retrieved 14 March 2019)