Steam en-gin journey

The Warwickshire-based Little Gin Company is offering passengers the chance to board a Severn Valley Railway train with a difference on Saturday 23 June. Gin enthusiasts can travel through the spectacular Severn Valley in a 1936-built luxurious first-class carriage once hauled by the Flying Scotsman, while sipping gin cocktails and learning about the subtle differences between the different spirits.

As well as enjoying the cocktails and finding out more about their favourite tipple, travellers can take advantage of a Freedom of the Line ticket, which allows all-day travel on the Severn Valley Railway line. Following the tasting sequence, guests can choose their favourite gin served as a full ‘G&T’ in a copa glass, with plenty of ice, premium tonic and that all-important garnish.

There are various departures from both Bridgnorth and Kidderminster, and a ticket costs £50 per person. Call 07901 003849 or visit for more details.


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