Beautiful walk along the River Severn with the steam railway in the background.
Narrow access to car park down a country lane. Car park has a pay and display machine. Charges at the car park when we went were £2 for all day. Lovely cafe in the village. The walk can be combined with a trip on the Severn Valley Railway. The station is just across the bridge and has it’s own car park. The bridge is pedestrian only so follow directions on the Severn Valley website for directions to their station car park.
The walk starts at the car park. You head south down the road into the village. The bridge is pretty obvious, cross it.
Once on the other side of the bridge, turn right and follow the river. That’s it! You can walk all the way to Bridgnorth and catch the steam train back to Arley, or walk as far as you like before turning back.
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