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List of railway stations in the West Midlands


This is a list of railway stations within the West Midlands, a metropolitan county in central England which includes the cities of Birmingham, Coventry and Wolverhampton It includes all railway stations in the West Midlands that currently have regular timetabled train services, as well as certain stations outside the county which are within the area supported by Transport for West Midlands TfWM,a formerly known as Centrob Transport within the West Midlands is subsidised by TfWM, who since 2006 have used the brand name Network West Midlands to demonstrate the 'joined-up' nature of the regions bus and rail networks12

The West Midlands rail network is divided into five zones, centred on Birmingham city centre3 This is mainly for the purpose of defining season ticket boundaries For example, a ticket valid in zones 1 and 2 can be used for travel between any station in those zones, but cannot be used to travel to zone 3 or beyond The outside boundary is formed by the railway stations at Wolverhampton, Bloxwich North, Blake Street, Coventry, Dorridge, Earlswood, Longbridge, Stourbridge Junction and Stourbridge Town, inclusively4

Contents

  • 1 Stations
  • 2 See also
  • 3 Footnotes
  • 4 References
  • 5 External links

Stationsedit

Birmingham New Street lies at the hub of the West Midland rail network

The following table lists the name of each station, along with the year it first opened, the metropolitan district in which the station lies, and the zone in which it is situated Midland Metro tram stops are not listed, except for locations which have an interchange with rail services5 The table also shows the train operators who currently serve each station, and the final two columns give information on the number of passengers using each station in recent years, as collated by the Office of Rail and Road, a Government body The figures are based on ticket sales, and are given to the nearest 1006

Station Year
opened
Metropolitan
borough7c
Zone8 Served by9 Station users
2014-156
Station users
2015-166
Acocks Green 185210 Birmingham 3 Chiltern Railways
London Midland
427,500 450,100
Adderley Park 186011 Birmingham 2 London Midland 59,200 73,300
Aston 185412 Birmingham 2 London Midland 489,500 533,300
Berkswell 188413 Solihull 5 London Midland 264,500 295,000
Bescot Stadium 184714 Sandwell 4 London Midland 136,400 156,000
Birmingham International 197615 Solihull 5 Arriva Trains Wales
CrossCountry
London Midland
Virgin Trains
5,128,800 5,772,800
Birmingham Moor Street 190916 Birmingham 1 Chiltern Railways
London Midland
6,521,300 6,874,200
Birmingham New Street 185117 Birmingham 1 Arriva Trains Wales
CrossCountry
London Midland
Virgin Trains
35,312,800 39,077,000
Birmingham Snow Hill 185218d Birmingham 1 Chiltern Railways
London Midland
Midland Metro
4,538,100 4,713,200
Blake Street 188419 Birmingham 5 London Midland 344,000 378,000
Bloxwich 198920 Walsall 5 London Midland 40,200 43,800
Bloxwich North 199020 Walsall 5 London Midland 41,000 46,800
Bordesley 185521 Birmingham 2 London Midland 11,600 13,400
Bournville 187622 Birmingham 3 London Midland 1,034,200 1,106,300
Butlers Lane 195723 Birmingham 5 London Midland 206,600 221,600
Canley 194024 Coventry 5 London Midland 274,300 327,600
Chester Road 186325 Birmingham 3 London Midland 815,600 882,000
Coseley 185226e Dudley 5 London Midland 411,600 454,100
Coventry 183827 Coventry 5 CrossCountry
London Midland
Virgin Trains
6,252,900 6,921,400
Coventry Arena 201628 Coventry 5 London Midland 12,000
Cradley Heath 186329 Sandwell 5 Chiltern Railways
London Midland
740,800 772,700
Dorridge 185230 Solihull 5 Chiltern Railways
London Midland
654,700 700,300
Duddeston 183731 Birmingham 2 London Midland 188,600 217,600
Dudley Port 185232f Sandwell 4 London Midland 421,400 458,000
Earlswooda 190833 Solihull 5 London Midland 36,200 35,600
Erdington 186234 Birmingham 3 London Midland 826,400 884,000
Five Ways 188535g Birmingham 1 London Midland 1,452,700 1,585,900
Four Oaks 188436 Birmingham 5 London Midland 640,300 700,500
Gravelly Hill 186237 Birmingham 2 London Midland 684,500 736,000
Hall Green 190838 Birmingham 3 London Midland 385,300 413,000
Hampton-in-Arden 183739h Solihull 5 London Midland 125,400 144,700
Hamstead 186240 Birmingham 3 London Midland 256,000 281,800
Jewellery Quarter 199541 Birmingham 1 Chiltern Railways
London Midland
Midland Metro
392,500 427,200
Kings Norton 184942 Birmingham 3 London Midland 1,145,800 1,236,500
Langley Green 188543 Sandwell 3 Chiltern Railways
London Midland
169,900 181,000
Lea Hall 193944 Birmingham 3 London Midland 486,900 536,400
Longbridge 197845i Birmingham 4 London Midland 832,000 919,200
Lye 186346 Dudley 5 Chiltern Railways
London Midland
82,100 90,400
Marston Green 184447 Solihull 4 London Midland 621,700 698,000
Northfield 187048 Birmingham 4 London Midland 777,400 845,300
Old Hill 186649 Sandwell 4 Chiltern Railways
London Midland
185,400 189,500
Olton 186950 Solihull 4 Chiltern Railways
London Midland
424,700 460,800
Perry Barr 183751 Birmingham 2 London Midland 683,600 635,100
Rowley Regis 186752 Sandwell 3 Chiltern Railways
London Midland
921,100 1,015,500
Sandwell and Dudley 185253 Sandwell 4 London Midland
Virgin Trains
831,800 909,000
Selly Oak 187654 Birmingham 2 London Midland 2,432,600 2,670,900
Shirley 190855 Solihull 4 London Midland 329,500 357,200
Small Heath 186356 Birmingham 2 Chiltern Railways
London Midland
116,600 128,300
Smethwick Galton Bridge 199557 Sandwell 2 Arriva Trains Wales
Chiltern Railways
London Midland
577,200 639,600
Smethwick Rolfe Street 185258 Sandwell 2 London Midland 407,400 454,200
Solihull 185259 Solihull 4 Chiltern Railways
London Midland
1,742,000 1,833,900
Spring Road 190860 Birmingham 3 London Midland 160,800 163,000
Stechford 184461 Birmingham 3 London Midland 388,800 431,900
Stourbridge Junction 185262 Dudley 5 Chiltern Railways
London Midland
1,323,800 1,434,300
Stourbridge Town 187963j Dudley 5 London Midland 497,700 545,700
Sutton Coldfield 186264k Birmingham 4 London Midland 1,475,400 1,572,700
Tame Bridge Parkway 199065 Sandwell 4 London Midland 534,600 578,200
The Hawthorns 193166l Sandwell 2 Chiltern Railways
London Midland
Midland Metro
422,800 439,900
Tile Hill 186420 Coventry 5 London Midland 543,900 629,200
Tipton 185267 Sandwell 5 London Midland 287,200 320,200
Tyseley 190668 Birmingham 2 Chiltern Railways
London Midland
202,100 209,400
University 197869 Birmingham 2 CrossCountry
London Midland
2,977,200 3,205,500
Walsall 184970m Walsall 4 London Midland 1,303,200 1,404,500
Whitlocks End 193671 Solihull 4 London Midland 135,900 143,200
Widney Manor 189972 Solihull 4 Chiltern Railways
London Midland
354,500 373,600
Witton 187673 Birmingham 2 London Midland 262,600 296,300
Wolverhampton 185274n Wolverhampton 5 Arriva Trains Wales
CrossCountry
London Midland
Virgin Trains
4,495,900 4,746,300
Wylde Green 186275 Birmingham 4 London Midland 536,800 585,800
Wythalla 190876 Bromsgrove 5 London Midland 52,000 55,000
Yardley Wood 190877 Birmingham 3 London Midland 397,300 428,300

See alsoedit

  • List of closed railway stations in the West Midlands
  • List of railway stations in Merseyside
  • List of railway stations in Manchester
  • List of railway stations in Wales
  • List of railway stations in Worcestershire
  • List of closed railway stations in Britain
  • List of closed railway stations in London
  • List of London Underground stations
  • List of London railway stations

Footnotesedit

a Wythall is in Worcestershire, and Earlswood lies on the border between the West Midlands and Warwickshire, however they are within zone 5 of the Network West Midlands area3 b Transport for West Midlands TfWM is the operating arm of the West Midlands Passenger Transport Authority WMPTA which sets policies and budgets for the executive The WMPTA is a political body, made up of a number of councillors appointed from the seven West Midlands metropolitan borough councils78 c Numbered map of the seven metropolitan district councils7
1: Wolverhampton
2: Dudley
3: Walsall
4: Sandwell
5: Birmingham
6: Solihull
7: Coventry d Birmingham Snow Hill was closed to passengers from 1972 to 198718 e Coseley was closed in 1902, and rebuilt approximately 400 metres away from its original site26 f Two years previously, in 1850, a station was built nearby by the South Staffordshire line When the Shrewsbury and Birmingham Railway built their station, they became known as Dudley Port Low Level, and Dudley Port High Level respectively When the earlier station was closed to passengers in 1964, the High Level suffix was dropped from the surviving station3279 g Five Ways was closed to passengers from 1944 to 197835 h Hampton-in-Arden was closed in 1884, and rebuilt approximately 400 metres away from its original site39 i The present Longbridge is the second station to bear the name - the original stood some distance away on the now-closed branch to Halesowen from 1915 to 19644580 j Stourbridge Town was closed to passengers from 1915 to 191963 k Built by the London and North Western Railway, the station is the only survivor of the three stations that once served the town Both Sutton Town and Sutton Park stations were opened in 1879 by the Midland Railway, and closed in 1924 and 1965 respectively648182 l The Hawthorns was closed to passengers from 1968 to 199566 m Two years earlier, in 1847, a temporary station had been built at Bridgeman Place70 n In 1854 a second station was opened at Wolverhampton by the Great Western Railway This became known as Wolverhampton Low Level, whilst the earlier London and North Western Railway station became known as Wolverhampton High Level Wolverhampton Low Level was closed to passengers in 1972 and fully in 1981 The High Level station now known as just Wolverhampton remains open7483

Referencesedit

  1. ^ "Walsall first for new look public transport info" Centro news online Archived from the original on 10 February 2008 Retrieved 28 January 2008 
  2. ^ "About NWM" Network West Midlands Archived from the original on 3 January 2008 Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  3. ^ a b "Interactive rail map" Network West Midlands Archived from the original on 22 January 2008 Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  4. ^ "rover tickets : midlands" The Junction Retrieved 11 September 2008 
  5. ^ "Metro Line One map" Network West Midlands Archived from the original on 26 December 2007 Retrieved 25 January 2008 
  6. ^ a b c "Station usage estimates" Office of Rail and Road Retrieved 1 January 2017 
  7. ^ a b "Map of UK local authorities" PDF Office of National Statistics Archived from the original PDF on 27 February 2008 Retrieved 28 January 2008 
  8. ^ "West Midland rail zones" Network West Midlands Archived from the original on 19 January 2008 Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  9. ^ "Route map" Chiltern Railways Archived from the original on 17 May 2008 Retrieved 23 January 2008 
    • "Route map" PDF London Midland Archived from the original PDF on 9 May 2008 Retrieved 23 January 2008 
    • "Route map" PDF CrossCountry Trains Archived from the original PDF on 17 July 2011 Retrieved 23 January 2008 
    • "Route map" Virgin Trains Retrieved 23 January 2008 
    • "Route map" Arriva Trains Wales Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  10. ^ "Acocks Green station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  11. ^ "Adderley Park station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  12. ^ "Aston station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  13. ^ "Parishes - Berkswell" British History Online Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  14. ^ "Bescot Stadium station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  15. ^ "Birmingham International station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  16. ^ "Birmingham Moor Street station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  17. ^ "Birmingham New Street station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  18. ^ a b "Birmingham Snow Hill station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  19. ^ "Blake Street station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  20. ^ a b c Boynton, John A Century of Railways around Birmingham and the West Midlands Volume Three 1973-1999 ISBN 0-9522248-6-0 
  21. ^ "Bordesley station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  22. ^ "Bourneville station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  23. ^ "Butlers Lane station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  24. ^ "Canley Halt" Warwickshire Railways Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  25. ^ "Chester Road station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  26. ^ a b "Coseley station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  27. ^ "Coventry railway station, Eaton Road" Coventry Now & Then Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  28. ^ "Ricoh Arenarailway station opening date announced" Coventry Telegraph Retrieved 1 January 2017 
  29. ^ "Cradley Heath station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  30. ^ "Dorridge station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  31. ^ "Duddeston station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  32. ^ a b "Dudley Port station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  33. ^ "Earlswood station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  34. ^ "Erdington station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  35. ^ a b "Five Ways station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  36. ^ "Four Oaks station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  37. ^ "Gravelly Hill station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  38. ^ "Hall Green station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  39. ^ a b "Hampton-in-Arden station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  40. ^ "Hamstead station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  41. ^ "Jewellery Quarter station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  42. ^ "Kings Norton station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  43. ^ "Langley Green station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  44. ^ "Lea Hall station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  45. ^ a b "Longbridge station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  46. ^ "Lye station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  47. ^ "Marston Green station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  48. ^ "Northfield station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  49. ^ "Old Hill station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  50. ^ "Olton station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  51. ^ "Perry Barr station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  52. ^ "Rowley Regis station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  53. ^ "Sandwell & Dudley station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  54. ^ "Selly Oak station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  55. ^ "Shirley station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  56. ^ "Small Heath station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  57. ^ "Smethwick Galton Bridge station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  58. ^ "Smethwick Rolfe Street station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  59. ^ "Solihull station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  60. ^ "Spring Road station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  61. ^ "Stechford station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  62. ^ "Stourbridge Junction station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  63. ^ a b "Stourbridge Town station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  64. ^ a b "Sutton Coldfield station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  65. ^ "Tame Bridge Parkway station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  66. ^ a b "The Hawthorns station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  67. ^ "Tipton station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  68. ^ "Tyseley station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  69. ^ "University station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  70. ^ a b "History of Walsall's train station" Walsallgovuk Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  71. ^ "Whitlocks End station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  72. ^ "Widney Manor station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  73. ^ "Witton station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  74. ^ a b "Wolverhampton station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  75. ^ "Wylde Green station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  76. ^ "Wythall station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  77. ^ "Yardley Wood station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  78. ^ "About WMPTA" WMPTA Archived from the original on 11 November 2007 Retrieved 28 January 2008 
  79. ^ "Dudley Port Low Level station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 26 January 2008 
  80. ^ "Longbridge station Halesowen Railway" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 
  81. ^ "Sutton Town station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 26 January 2008 
  82. ^ "Sutton Park station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 26 January 2008 
  83. ^ "Wolverhampton Low Level station" Rail Around Birmingham Retrieved 23 January 2008 

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