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Stoke-on-Trent Station

The Stoke-on-Trent and Newcastle-under-Lyme conurbation is serviced by several train stations, of which Stoke-on-Trent Station is one. In 2018-19 alone, this station bore over 3.2 million passengers along its many routes, which include direct connections to London Euston, Stafford, Manchester and Crewe.

The original Victorian station buildings were officially opened in 1848 and used to house the North Staffordshire Railway Company’s head offices up until 1923. Stoke-on-Trent’s station is famous for being the only case in the United Kingdom of a town square being planned around the aesthetic of the station. Four grade II listed buildings sit on this square, of which Stoke-on-Trent Station is one.

Today, Stoke-on-Trent Station has 3 functioning platforms and is more comfortable for waiting passengers than smaller stations around the country. Facilities include an ATM machine, post box, waiting rooms, Wi-Fi access, shops to buy refreshments and other goods, toilets including baby changing facilities and national key toilets, and luggage trolleys for ease around the station.

Stoke-on-Trent Station can be found just off the A500 Queensway road, and sits backing onto the River Trent. Staffordshire University buildings can be found out the front, including the Students’ Union, and Cauldon Park and Hanley Park are just minutes away.

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