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aerial photograph of Bewdley railway station Bewdley Worcestershire UK. Bewdley station was opened by the West Midland Railway in 1862 and later became part of the the Great Western Railway (GWR). The station closed in 1970 but was reopened by the Severn Valley Railway in 1974 and is run as a preserved historic railway with regular steam trains. The Severn Valley Railway is now one of the top tourist attractions in Worcestershire
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