DIG out your buckets and spades for the seaside is coming to the land-locked Midlands this August bank holiday weekend.
The Severn Valley Railway's third Seaside Special will recreate the atmosphere of a visit to a 1950s or 60s British seaside town.
Stops along the line from Kidderminster to Bewdley will have a themed attraction. These include a beach, donkey rides, open-top bus, Punch and Judy shows and magic shows.
The first train leaves each day from Kidderminster station at 0955 BST, between August 28 and 30.
Freedom of the line tickets are £15.50 for adults (£13.50 concessions) and £1 for adult-accompanied children.
Four steam trains and a diesel engine will be operating each day of the weekend, and the train ticket allows any combination and number of train journeys throughout the day.
Free admission to The Engine House Visitor Centre at Highley station is also included.
For more details, visit the website at svr.co.uk
18th December 2010