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[[File:BurlishRoad1.jpg | thumb|300px|right|4150 arrives at Burlish Road with a goods train]]
 
[[File:BurlishRoad1.jpg | thumb|300px|right|4150 arrives at Burlish Road with a goods train]]
 
[[File:BurlishRoad2.jpg | thumb|300px|right|Engineering train at Burlish Road Station]]
 
[[File:BurlishRoad2.jpg | thumb|300px|right|Engineering train at Burlish Road Station]]
Burlish Road is a fictitious station on the Severn Valley Railway located just to the [[Stourport]] side of [[Mount Pleasant Tunnel]].<br>
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Burlish Road is a fictitious station on the Severn Valley Railway located just to the [[Stourport]] side of [[Mount Pleasant Tunnel]]. Initially its conceit was that the [[Kidderminster Loop Line]] being reinstated in 1984 ensured Burlish Road became a branch line which the SVR continues to use for a sporadic passenger service, the running of demonstration goods trains and Footplate Experience Courses. Subsequently the group decided to prioritise the running of the layout in 1950s guise utilising locally based engines or SVR locos in BR era liveries.
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It was built by 'Bewdley MPD O gauge modellers', a group made up of SVR volunteers, mostly from Bewdley MPD, and exhibited for the first time at the 2019 [[Open House Weekend]].
 
It was built by 'Bewdley MPD O gauge modellers', a group made up of SVR volunteers, mostly from Bewdley MPD, and exhibited for the first time at the 2019 [[Open House Weekend]].
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Originally a 20' layout, it was extended to 24' for The Great British Model Railway Show in November 2019<ref>[http://gbmrs.com/ The Great British Model Railway Show] (Retrieved 15 August 2019)</ref>.
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

Latest revision as of 20:03, 15 August 2019

4150 arrives at Burlish Road with a goods train
Engineering train at Burlish Road Station

Burlish Road is a fictitious station on the Severn Valley Railway located just to the Stourport side of Mount Pleasant Tunnel. Initially its conceit was that the Kidderminster Loop Line being reinstated in 1984 ensured Burlish Road became a branch line which the SVRSevern Valley RailwaySVRA:Severn Valley Railway AssociationSVRS:Severn Valley Railway Society continues to use for a sporadic passenger service, the running of demonstration goods trains and Footplate Experience Courses. Subsequently the group decided to prioritise the running of the layout in 1950s guise utilising locally based engines or SVRSevern Valley RailwaySVRA:Severn Valley Railway AssociationSVRS:Severn Valley Railway Society locos in BRBritish Rail or British Railways era liveries.

It was built by 'Bewdley MPDMotive Power Depot O gauge modellers', a group made up of SVRSevern Valley RailwaySVRA:Severn Valley Railway AssociationSVRS:Severn Valley Railway Society volunteers, mostly from Bewdley MPDMotive Power Depot, and exhibited for the first time at the 2019 Open House Weekend.

Originally a 20' layout, it was extended to 24' for The Great British Model Railway Show in November 2019[1].

See also

Models of the Severn Valley Railway

Links

Burlish Road O gauge layout on Facebook
  1. The Great British Model Railway Show (Retrieved 15 August 2019)