Steam locomotive 7029 Clun Castle heading for Hereford this Saturday

7029 Clun Castle
Credit: RailView

Steam locomotive 7029 Clun Castle will be back in steam on the mainline on Saturday 25th May 2019.

The GWR Castle locomotive is hauling an excursion from Dorridge to Hereford.

The railtour departs Dorridge at 07:45 behind the locomotive.

The railtour will then pass through Solihull (07:52), Tyseley (08:03), Birmingham Moor Street (08:14), Birmingham Snow Hill (08:22), Smethwick Galton Bridge (08:38), Cradley Heath (08:50), Stourbridge Junction (08:56), Kidderminster (09:03), Worcester Shrub Hill (09:25), Cheltenham Spa (10:38), Gloucester (10:46), Lydney (11:07), Cwmbran (11:54), Abergavenny (12:11) and Hereford at 12:41.

The return trip will see 7029 Clun Castle depart Hereford at 17:18, and will pass through Leominster (17:34), Church Stretton (18:06), Wellington (18:37), Telford Central (18:44), Wolverhampton (19:08), Tame Bridge Parkway (19:25), Birmingham New Street (19:43), Tyseley (20:07), Solihull (20:16), and Dorridge at 20:25.

These above timings in brackets are approximate timings. Please click the links below, which tracks the train throughout the day to keep you up to date on when it will pass through your local station.

Timings

For timings on these movements, please click the links below:

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As always, please respect the dangers of the railway. Please do not trespass on the railway to see this iconic locomotive – stay to public access spots!

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