Worcestershire Parkway station serves as a ‘Park and Ride’ facility close to Junction 7 of the M5 in the Wychavon district of Worcestershire.
It opened in February 2020 and was the first station to be opened in the County for over 100 years.
The station is staffed and is situated on the Cotswold Line between London and Hereford and on the CrossCountry mainline between Birmingham and Bristol (though the services which stop there are those between Nottingham and Cardiff). The current operator is GWR (Great Western Railway).
The station is fully accessible and has accessible toilets.
Why not join us?
If you would like to be involved with your local station, then do get in touch below.
Cotswold Line Promotion Group (member of the CRP Steering Group).
Colin Major is the representative for the station on the CRP Steering Group.
Coffee Bike Worcester Mobile Coffee Company
Nominated in the Rail Delivery Group’s #WorldCupofStations 2020
First Worcestershire X50 Worcester – Evesham
Businesses local to the station (a selection all serving food)
Tourist destinations within reach of the station
Stoulton village: 20 listed buildings including the 12th century church and 17th century houses.
There is a national cycling route and public footpath crossing the station going east to Stoulton or west to Norton juxta Kempsey.
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