The Urinals of Severn Valley Railway

"The Severn Valley Railway is a steam train lover's paradise, operating along a beautiful 16-mile route between Kidderminster (Worcestershire) and Bridgnorth (Shropshire)" in the United Kingdom. These fixtures are found at the station in the village of Arley along the way.

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"[The railway] is operated mainly by volunteers, who took it over after it was abandoned by British Rail. The station serving the village of Arley is pure Victoriana, except, unfortunately, for the plumbing".

"However, the men's room boasts a nineteenth century sign made of cast iron, reminding us of a time when ladies would have been shocked to see a gentleman doing up the buttons of his fly."

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