Passenger Service Resumed and Cards Accepted

Bridgnorth Cliff Railway has now resumed its passenger service after a closure of more than fourteen months due to circumstances beyond its control.

Service recommenced at 9.00 a.m. on Monday 4th March. A number of our first passengers on re-opening, both of the human and canine variety, have been featured in various news media. We thank them all for taking part.

Passengers will see a new, fresh livery inside the two stations. During the closure, a skeleton staff continued to maintain and care for the cliff railway in readiness for its re-opening. All members of staff have undergone fresh and updated training immediately prior to the re-opening. Plans remain afoot for upgrades of apparatus and will be put into action once revenues have started to restore depleted finances.

Due to popular demand, we are introducing card payments as an option for our passengers. Cash payments will continue to be accepted.

All our staff are very excited that the cliff railway is back in action. We look forward to transporting old and new passengers and to bringing visitors to the wonderful town of Bridgnorth.

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Passenger Service Resumed and Cards Accepted
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