A NEW refreshment room at the Severn Valley Railway’s Bridgnorth station has opened for business.
The brick-built structure has been funded through the railway’s successful £2.5million share offer, launched in 2016. It replaces the temporary buildings that face the car park.
The refreshment room is designed in a GWR style of around 1900, and has been superbly finished. It sits well against the stone-clad Grade II-listed station building.
With seating for 37, there is also a porter’s room, where SVR staff will take their breaks, and at the south end, a small verandah area, which should prove popular on sunny days.
Read more in the March 2019 issue of The RM – on sale now!
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