Sandwell & Dudley

Sandwell & Dudley station
Bromford Road
West Bromwich
West Midlands
B70 7JD


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Sandwell & Dudley Station

Located in the heart of the West Midlands, Sandwell and Dudley train station is a relatively small station in the suburbs of the Birmingham, Dudley and Wolverhampton conurbation. Although named after Dudley, this station is actually situated between Oldbury and West Bromwich, Dudley Port is a closer station to Dudley, but more direct services run more frequently through Sandwell and Dudley than through Dudley Port, making it more popular with locals.

Originally opened in 1852, the station was named ‘Oldbury’ at the time. In 1984 it was rebuilt, and the longer platforms that exist there today now make it capable of handling the longer trains transiting through Birmingham New Street and on to other major hubs such as London. Due to its platforms being remodelled, Sandwell and Dudley is a popular commuter station, offering direct trains to London several times a day, as well as routes into nearby Birmingham.

Located just outside Oldbury, Sandwell and Dudley station is a few minutes walk from the bank of one of the Black Country’s many canals, a West Midlands Police station, and several restaurants along the A4034, including a JD Wetherspoon pub, Burger King, McDonald’s and shops including NEXT and Poundland.

 

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