Birmingham to Worcester Via Kidderminster Line

Birmingham to Worcester Via Kidderminster Line

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Birmingham to Worcester via Kidderminster Line is a commuter railway line from Birmingham Snow Hill to Worcester via Stourbridge and Kidderminster. It is part of the Snow Hill Lines, It is not electrified, and services are operated by Class 150, Class 168 and other diesel multiple units. The route starts by following the former GWR to Wolverhampton Low Level, which the Metro now runs. The Line from Snow Hill to Bushbury & Smethwick was closed in 1972 only have a few local services a day, having had all of its former long distance services diverted in 1967. The line was restored through to Smethwick in 1995 as the Jewellery Line, most services either terminated at Stourbridge or Kidderminster with some each hour to Worcester and Malvern using the Class 150 DMU. All local trains come under the scrutiny of the CENTRO or as they are now branded Network West Midlands, they company that operates most services is London Midland who took over for Central Trains in 2007. Chiltern operated several peak services to and from Kidderminster, but generally it requires a change at Snow Hill or even Moor Street station for London. The smaller stations of Langley Green, Old Hill and Lye have lesshow more

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  • Paperback | 136 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 8mm | 209g
  • Bellum Publishing
  • United States
  • English
  • 6135953249
  • 9786135953244