THE Severn Valley Railway is serving up a tasty offering throughout September with a variety of new mouth-watering dishes available throughout the day.

Opening its doors from 7am every morning, the SVR is ensuring commuters can start their day with a wholesome breakfast, served from the Valley Suite at Kidderminster Station.

Using the finest locally-sourced ingredients, visitors to the Valley Suite can choose from freshly baked pastries, buttermilk pancakes, salmon and eggs, as well as a range of traditional sandwiches.

The heritage railway has also upgraded its coffee facilities to a new barista-style machine serving fresh takeaway drinks.

The SVR has also launched a unique dining experience taking place every Saturday night in September.

Starting with an evening journey from Kidderminster as the sun goes down, travellers alighting at Highley will be treated to a silver service dining experience seated amongst historic locomotives at The Engine House.

Hand crafted by Michelin Star chef Richard Stuart, the menu features a variety of locally-sourced meats, fresh vegetables and desserts.

The event, which takes place every Saturday from September 12, is the first time the Engine House at Highley has hosted a unique evening of fine dining, with plenty more planned throughout the rest of September, October and November.

Lisa Palmer, head of sales and marketing at the SVR, said: “There’s a variety of culinary delights across Shropshire and Worcestershire and we’re excited to offer something wholly unique at the Engine House alongside breakfast from The Valley Suite at Kidderminster Station.

“We’ve worked hard throughout lockdown to give visitors more and this is just a small part of the whole Severn Valley Railway experience.”

Breakfasts are available from the Valley Suite from 7am daily. Visitors can enter through the Kidderminster Station booking hall.

Evening Dining Experiences are pre-book only and more information can be found at