Shakespeare Line Stations

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  • Birmingham snow hill railway station
    Birmingham Snow Hill

    Birmingham Snow Hill is opposite the Great Western Arcade, restored to its Victorian splendour with various shops and boutiques. St Philip’s Birmingham Cathedral; museums, art galleries, Broad Street and Gas Street Basin, the heart of the national canal network, with plenty of pleasant and varied eating houses, are all nearby.

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  • birmingham moor street railway station
    Birmingham Moor Street

    Change here and follow the pedestrian signs for Birmingham New Street station and services to the North, Scotland, the East Midlands and East Anglia, South West and Wales. New Station is part of the Grand Central Shopping Centre, the Bullring and other world-class shopping, and the “Thinktank” discovery museum are all nearby.

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  • bordesley railway station

    Trains call here when Birmingham City Football Club plays at home at its St Andrews Stadium.

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  • small heath railway station
    Small Heath & Sparkbrook

    Small Heath station serves the multicultural suburbs of Small Heath and Sparkbrook and is home to the famous “Balti Triangle” and the Ackers Trust.

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  • Tyseley Station

    Tyseley is used by commuters and workers at various industrial and commercial units.

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  • Spring Road railway station
    Spring Road

    Spring Road serves the Fox Hollies and Tyseley residential areas, offering convenient, rapid direct public transport to the City Centre.

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  • Hall Green Railway station
    Hall Green

    Hall Green serves the residential suburb of Hall Green with Shopping, Millstream Way, Sarehole Mill and the Tolkien Museum nearby.

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  • Yardley Wood Railway station
    Yardley Wood

    Yardley Wood serves the Billesley, Warstock, Yardley Wood and Hall Green South areas, offering convenient and rapid direct public transport to the City Centre. Trittiford Mill Pool, now a park, Millstream Way, the River Cole, and Chinn Brook are all nearby.

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  • Shirley railway station

    Shirley serves a residential area in the west of Solihull’s borough and is on the edge of the Warwickshire countryside. The Stratford upon Avon Canal is nearby with Shirley Aqueduct and Drawbridge.

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  • Whitlocks end railway station
    Whitlocks End

    Whitlocks End serves the rural areas of Majors Green, Trueman’s Heath, Tidbury Green and Dickens Heath village. The station has a large car park, which is often busy. A half-hourly service with Birmingham starts and terminates here. Tidbury Green Golf Club is nearby, with a restaurant open to non-members.

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  • Wythall railway station

    Wythall serves the communities of Tidbury Green, Wythall and Hollywood. The Transport Museum is situated at Wythall with a collection of vintage buses, electric vehicles and a miniature railway. The museum is 1.4 miles from the railway station, which is a 30-minute walk. On specific days in the summer period vintage buses from the museum call at the station to provide free transport to and from the Transport Musuem. For more information go to

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  • Earlswood railway station

    Earlswood serves local rural communities at Earlswood, Tanners Green, Forshaw Heath & Fulford Heath. While the station has minimal facilities, it is close to Clowes Woods, Earlswood Lakes and several country walks. A Garden Centre (with a restaurant) is adjacent to the station. (The Lakes station is closer to Earlswood Lakes)

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  • The Lakes railway station
    The Lakes

    The Lakes station was built as a fisherman’s halt to serve Terry’s Green. The platforms are short, so passengers should travel in the leading coach. There are minimal station facilities. The Lakes station is ideal for angling or lakeside & woodland walks. (The Lakes is closer to the reservoirs than Earlswood station).

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  • Wood end railway station
    Wood End

    Wood End station serves a select residential area, with many properties set in wooded grounds. The station has minimal facilities, and access to both platforms requires the use of steps. The entrances are along two footpaths.

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  • danzey railway station

    The station serves the picturesque village of Tanworth in Arden and the surrounding area. The village centre of Tanworth in Arden is 1 mile from the station. Station facilities are minimal. Local attractions include a highly rated (Michelin Guide) fine food eatery at the Bell Inn, The Green, Tanworth in Arden. The village was used for filming the outdoor scenes in the ITV soap opera ‘Crossroads’. British Grand Prix Motorcycle road racer champion Mike Hailwood MBE is buried in the Churchyard of St Mary Magdalene at Tanworth in Arden.

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  • Henley-in-arden railway station

    Henley in Arden serves the parishes of Henley in Arden & Beaudesert. The town centre has several timber-framed buildings, a Heritage Centre and is home to the famous Henley Ice Cream.

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  • Wooten Wawen railway station
    Wootton Wawen

    Wootton Wawen serves the parishes of Wootton Wawen and Pathlow, a rural residential area south of Henley in Arden. The station has minimal facilities, but it does have ramp access to both platforms. The parish church of St Peter is noted for having the most pronounced Anglo-Saxon work in the county and is the oldest church in Warwickshire.

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  • Wilmcote railway station

    Wilmcote is a small village just north of Stratford upon Avon and also served by the Stratford upon Avon Canal, which runs close to the railway. Wilmcote also boasts Mary Arden’s House, one of the properties managed by the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust. The railway station has minimal facilities with ramp access to northbound train services to Birmingham/Leamington Spa and London. Train services to Stratford upon Avon Parkway and Stratford upon Avon require passengers to ascend stairs via a footbridge.

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  • stratford parkway railway station
    Stratford-upon-Avon Parkway

    Stratford upon Avon Parkway serves Bishopton and the northern residential area of Stratford upon Avon. The station is adjacent to the Stratford upon Avon Park & Ride facility. The station is easy to reach by road from the north and west, located near A46/A3400 junction.

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  • Stratford-upon-avon railway station

    Stratford upon Avon is the birthplace of William Shakespeare, widely regarded as the greatest writer in the English language and the world’s pre-eminent dramatist. The town has several Shakespeare properties that can be visited, a vibrant town centre with a diverse range of retail outlets, good independent stores, and major UK chains. Numerous eating establishments across the town centre cater to all tastes. The Royal Shakespeare Theatre on the banks of the lovely River Avon at Waterside provides performances of the Bard’s famous plays while there is much to do nearby in the riverside Bancroft Gardens. The Holy Trinity Church, where William Shakespeare lies at rest, is nearby too.

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