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45596 Bahamas will be on the mainline this Saturday as it hauls a Vintage Trains railtour.
The Jubilee will be hauling a railtour to Hereford.
The train will depart Dorridge at 07:45, and will then pass through Solihull (07:52), Tyseley (08:03), Birmingham Moor Street (08:14), Birmingham Snow Hill (08:22), Stourbridge Junction (08:56), Kidderminster (09:03), Hartlebury (09:08), Worcester Shrub Hill (09:25), Cheltenham Spa (10:38), Gloucester (10:46), Severn Tunnel Junction (11:24), Abergavenny (12:11) and Hereford at 12:41.
The return journey will see the locomotive depart at 17:18, and then will pass through Leominster (17:34), Craven Arms (17:56), Wellington (18:37), Wolverhampton (19:07), Bescot (19:23), Birmingham New Street (19:43), Tyseley (20:07), Solihull (20:16) and Dorridge at 20:25.
The above timings are only approx timings, please see below for links to tracking pages.
For timings on these movements, please click the links below:
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