Bordesley Station - A Parliamentary Station in Birmingham!

Bordesley Station is on the Snow Hill Lines at Coventry Road. Only one train a week stops here on Saturday's or on Birmingham City FC match days. Most trains don't stop here at all.

Where is Bordesley Station?

Bordesley Station is on the Coventry Road, Bordesley, Birmingham, B11 1AX


In brief

Bordesley is the Least Used Station in the West Midlands. Opened in 1855 by the Great Western Railway. Originally with four platforms, later downgraded to two platforms. By the 1960s further downgrading and only one island platform in use. Since 2007 it has been a parliamentary train station. With only one scheduled service on Saturday's, the 13:40 from Whitlocks End to Worcester Foregate Street which calls at Bordesley at 13:56. On Birmingham City FC match day's at St Andrew's is the only other time that trains might stop at Bordesley, so fans can get off the train for the walk to the stadium.

Bordesley StationBordesley Station from the train (March 2017). Photography by Elliott Brown

Project dates

18 Mar 2022 - On-going


History & heritage, Transport


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