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Stafford Station

The county town of Staffordshire, Stafford is located in the West Midlands, only 15 miles north of Wolverhampton and the same distance but south of Stoke-on-Trent. Stafford train station is the second busiest station in the county and offers direct connections to London Euston, Birmingham, Rugby and Stoke-on-Trent. Routes to Shrewsbury used to be available but this branch closed in 1964.

The building as it stands today was built in 1962, and is Stafford Station’s fourth building to have been built here. Following refurbishment in 2015, the station now has a more spacious ticket office and even retail space, currently occupied by WHSmith’s. 

Stafford Station has five platforms which are currently in use. Some of the station’s main facilities include a coffee shop, car park facilities, toilets and a ticket office.

Stafford train station enjoys a convenient location in the heart of the town. Across the road from the station lies Victoria Park, which is ideal for offering respite after a long train journey, and beyond this runs the River Sow.

Stafford station offers two car parks, an ATM, and is close to two bus stops. Parking is available outside the main entrance for blue card holders and taxis can readily be accessed from the taxi rank outside.


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