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Yardley Wood - Station

Class 172 unit Birmingham bound train at Yardley Wood

Class 172 unit Birmingham bound train at Yardley Wood : Brian Wilson

Yardley Wood

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Serving the Billesley, Warstock, Yardley Wood areas and parts of Hall Green, offering convenient and rapid direct public transport to the City Centre.

Attractions - Trittiford Mill Pool - now a park. Millstream Way & River Cole. Chinn Brook.

Address : Highfield Road, Yardley Wood, Birmingham

Sat Nav : B28 0BY

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Yardley Wood station
a train for Whitlocks End just left
while passengers wait for a Birmingham train


Yardley Wood station
a 172 unit departs for Birmingham
and beyond


Yardley Wood station
a 172 unit departs for Stratford
while commuters wait for a Birmingham train


The Dingles part of the Millstream Way


River Cole - Scribers Lane start of Millstream Way


To The Station : Highfield Road - a short walk up the hill to the station from Millstream Way, the Dingles
& Trittiford Mill Pool


Scribers Lane Ford start of Millstream Way
- no longer used by cars


Trittiford Park part of the Shire Country Park


Chinn Brook part of Shire Country Park


Trittiford Mill Pool part of the Millstream Way


Trittiford Mill Pool part of the Millstream Way

Millstream Way

This is part of The Shire Country Park - a number of conservation sites and features, many with Tolkein associations. It is home for a variety of wild life.

For more information about the various sites visit Birmingham City Council website >>

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