Bridgnorth Things to Do

  • Bridgnorth Town Hall
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    THE LOWER STATION

    by BerniShand Written Apr 6, 2004

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    the station entrance

    Look carefully for the entrance to this station, it is up a little side street near the bridge, there is a sign over the street entrance

    of course there is no waiting room, buffet or conveniences ! but you dont have long to wait between trains !

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    • Trains
    • Historical Travel
    • Family Travel

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  • The Green Cow Farm Shop, Deli & Café

    by JimQT Updated Apr 4, 2011
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    Have a little taste of Shropshire at this charming new farm shop come deli. Situated on the Much Wenlock road just on the outskirts of Bridgnorth, the Green Cow specialises in local and Shropshire produce ranging from local beers and wines through milk & vegetables to cheeses and meats. One of the best things about this place is you can “try before you buy” a lot of their products by eating them in the lovely café which also dish’s up all sorts of local items in snacks or meals. The other great thing about this place is compared to most places in Bridgnorth it has free and easy parking!

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    • Food and Dining
    • Arts and Culture

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    LOOKS FAMILIAR

    by BerniShand Written Apr 6, 2004

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    all aboard

    This station may look familiar if you have seen the film "The Railway Children" starring Jenny Agutter.........it was filmed here, it is a pretty station, even on a wet grey afternoon

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    • Trains

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    YOUR CARRIAGE AWAITS

    by BerniShand Written Apr 6, 2004

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    The original carriages were replaced in the 50`s by these ones, the seats are hard, but you will only be on them for a couple of minutes !
    there are two carriages, as one comes down the other ascends

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