A Bostin Weekend Day Two

October 21st 2018

We ended the day yesterday by introducing Alison and Peter to other friends and spending the evening in a hostelry in Kinver so we made the start to the second day a little later.

Peter had requested a visit to Bridgnorth so in warm sunshine we made the short journey there, knowing the town well as we do we were able to take take a walking route that showed the history of the town that was first settled over a thousand years ago.

After we had toured the historical streets and taken a ride on the cliff railway we crossed the modern pedestrian bridge to the railway station the northern terminal of the Severn Valley Railway a heritage steam railway. There was one special buffet train waiting that departed and a regular scheduled train steamed into the station so in twenty minutes we saw some action.

Altogether we spent three and a half hours in Bridgnorth and it was with a degree of sadness that we dropped Alison and Peter back at their motorhome and bid them farewell.

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