Wythall station serves the village of Wythall in the Bromsgrove district of Worcestershire.
This small village has numerous 18th century buildings at its heart along the Alcester Road. The station is a 20 minutes walk from the centre of the village in the Grimes Hill area of the civil parish.
The station is unstaffed and is served by West Midlands Railway on the Shakespeare Line from Birmingham Snow Hill to Stratford-upon-Avon. Originally opened as Grimes Hill Platform in 1908, it has had three changes of name before finally becoming ‘Wythall’ in 1974.
It is the only station in Worcestershire to which West Midlands Network rail and rail / bus / metro day and season tickets are valid.
Ramp access is available to both platforms but wheelchair users may need assistance due to their gradients.
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The former church of St Mary Wythall
Landflight A4 Solihull – Inkford Brook passes the station entrance
Businesses local to the station (selection only)
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There are more businesses in the village itself (around 20 minutes walk from the station)
Tourist destinations within reach of the station
The Transport Museum Wythall (served by the A4 bus but not on Sundays)
The former church of St Mary Wythall (Grade II listed – not open to the public)
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