Tamworth

Tamworth station
Victoria Road
Tamworth
Staffordshire
B79 7JT

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Tamworth Station

Tamworth Station is nestled between the A513, the River Anker and Landau Forte Academy Tamworth Sixth Form. The original station was opened in 1839 and as of 2018-19 was handling upwards of 1.2 million passengers a year. The station as we see it today was built in 1961-2.

Direct routes run from Tamworth station to Birmingham, Crewe, London, Glasgow and Lancaster, to name but a few.

With its location just north of the centre of Tamworth, Tamworth Station benefits from easy access to numerous amenities, bars, restaurants, cafes and hotels. The Albert Bar lies just down Albert Road and Domino’s pizza sits on the Aethelflaed roundabout, whose statue commemorates the life of the Lady of the Mercians, who ruled this part of the Midlands from 911 to 918.

The Odeon Luxe Tamworth lies just down the A513, along with supermarkets Aldi and Lidl. Other notable restaurants include Frankie and Benny’s, Coreys Sports Bar and The Bole Bridge, a JD Wetherspoon public house.

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