Leapgate Old Railway Line
The old railway line has changed little
since the last train passed through over twenty years ago.
Sometimes you are in a deep cutting walking below exposed sandstone
rocks, other times you walk on an embankment above the surrounding
countryside looking down on the rolling landscape.
Open daily, 24 hour pedestrian, bike
and horse access.
Admission is Free
Longboat Lane, DY13 8AE. Starting
on the eastern edge of Stourport-on-Severn by the canal, passing by
Wilden Top, to the A449. Grid Reference: 845719
- No dedicated parking at the
- Some access points have steep
long flights of steps, others have ramps. The Canal end of the site
is suitable for access by wheel chair, pushchair and small mobility
scooter. The motorbike barrier would restrict larger mobility
- Topography of the site is flat
and parts of the route are surfaced (rolled stone). It is suitable
for wheelchairs and pushchairs
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This page was last reviewed 12 April 2013 at 11:56.
The page is next due for review 9 October 2014.