Tyseley's Panniers go to Bridgnorth

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Tom Kershaw/Bill Montague

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The Birmingham Railway Museum at Tyseley has two mainline registered GWR Pannier tanks but they only go out on the lines two or three times a year. On Armistice Day, 11.11.17, nos 9466 and 9600 left Tyseley in the morning and ran down to Stratford-upon-Avon where they reversed before returning past Tyseley into Birmingham city centre at Snow Hill and then running non-stop to Kidderminster. We first see them during this part of the tour, at Langley Green on the climb to Old Hill. Once on the Severn Valley Railway they ran from Kidderminster SVR station to Bridgnorth and we see them commencing this journey at the former and then remember the fallen at Bridgnorth.

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