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Severn Valley: future of the line is at stake due to coronavirus crisis

FIFTY years after the Severn Valley Railway (SVR) ran its first public trains, and 13 years after it was partially closed by severe flood damage, its future is now threatened again because of the coronavirus pandemic – and it needs £250,000 to survive over the

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