I visited several times in June 2018, with there being a mixture of steam and diesel traction on offer, with the anticipated traction clearly stated in the timetable. The line is well run, well equipped, and wants for almost nothing, except on the dates in question, a few more passengers travelling. The locos are beautifully turned out, as are the coaches, the stations, staff wear immaculate uniforms, and there is a good range of food and drink available from the buffet, and served at your seat. The only negative is that having limited mobility at present, car park to station platform at Kidderminster is a good quarter mile, much of it along a narrow path with fences either side. Having negotiated this, and some challenging sloped ridged tiles, I was then able to reach the booking office, and then walk back along the platform to the train! On crutches, I felt this, and considerably! Wheelchair ramps are available for those less mobile than myself, and staff were willing to help, although in my case, I was able to join the train without assistance! Rest assured I'll be back, but its interesting making visits whilst my mobility is poor to see how they measure up for those less able!
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