Keeping our locomotives in fine fettle requires lots of things: people, money, goods, equipment and so on. Why not see if there's something you can do to help? You'll be surprised how diverse our needs are!Find out more
There are many volunteers who give up their time freely to ensure our two locomotives continue to run who come from all walks of life.Find out more
Welcome to our website. Here you can find out all about our two locomotives Erlestoke Manor and Bradley Manor, who both reside at the Severn Valley Railway.Find out more
Fancy a new challenge? Got some time you'd like to give to help keep two locomotives in great working order? You have? Then please consider joining us here at the Erlestoke Manor FundFind out more
Bradley Manor will be in regular service on the SVR running with 3,500 gallon tender (T2334).
A morning or afternoon full return trip from Kidderminster with refreshments served in the luxurious Observation Saloon during the journey.
This day coincides with Queen Elizabeth’s Official Birthday, as she reaches 92. Come and join the event, appropriately dressed if you fancy.
Footplate Rides from Kidderminster (limited numbers and restricted to members and spouse/partners). Short return trips to the carriage sheds or, possibly, to Bewdley, depending on SVR schedules and interest shown.
Charter Day with two full return trips from Kidderminster, in the morning and afternoon.
Overhaul and Maintenance Round-up Work has been continuing behind the scene throughout…
And so it begins! Well here we are already into February and…
A couple of months ago Anthony wrote a blog article for us…
Donate to help return Erlestoke Manor back to traffic in 2020 & be entered into our fantastic prize draw.
Any donations in cash, or goods that we can sell in our Bewdley shop, are always welcome.
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Formed in 1973 EMF was successful in the rescue through fund raising and purchase of firstly Erlestoke Manor and later Bradley Manor from Woodham’s scrap yard in Barry, South Wales. Having been cast aside by British Railways as surplus and outmoded at the end of 1965, 7812 was rescued in 1974 and 7802 in 1979.
Once saved the fund’s attention focussed on returning 7812 to working order an aim which was achieved in 1979. Initially purchased solely for spare parts the fund was encouraged to restore 7802 to working order a practical and financial feat which was achieved in 1993. Since then both locomotives have proved their usefulness in regular heritage railway service.
By becoming a shareholder you can help us raise essential funds. And in return you can get extra special benefits.Read More
Help with a wide variety of tasks, from cleaning, painting or engineering to marketing, sales and finance.Volunteers
Any donations in cash, or goods that we can sell in our Bewdley shop, are always welcome.Donate
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