Travelling to Redditch by Train
Redditch Railway Station
Redditch Railway Station is the Southern terminus of the West Midlands Cross-City Line
a suburban railway line that runs from Redditch, Worcestershire to Lichfield, Staffordshire (the lines northern terminus).
There are two services an hour taking a little over forty minutes to reach
Birmingham New Street Station
(BHM) which is the main interchange station on the line.
Stations enroute are Redditch, Alvechurch, Barnt Green, Longbridge, Northfield, Kings Norton, Bournville, Selly Oak, Birmingham University,
Five Ways, Birmingham New Street, Aston, Gravelly Hill, Erdington, Chester Road, Wylde Green, Sutton Coldfield, Four Oaks, Butlers Lane, Blake Street, Lichfield City and Lichfield Trent Valley.
Journey time from one end of the Cross-City Line (Redditch through to Lichfield Trent Valley) is a little under one hour and twenty minutes.
There are plans for the introduction of a passing loop at Alvechurch to allow three trains per hour to Redditch.
The line is single track between Barnt Green and Redditch and so it is currently impossible to have more than two trains per hour.
Booking Train Tickets for Redditch
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A great feature is the Self Service Ticket Machines which are located at most Mainline Railway Stations.
Tickets are ready to pick up just two hours after booking online, all you need is the credit / debit card used to make the booking and the Ticket Collection Reference given to you when the booking was made.
- Online Ticket Booking and Journey Planner
Redditch Live Departure Board
- Latest News on Trains Departing from Redditch Station
Birmingham New Street
Birmingham New Street is located in Birmingham City Centre and is the main railway station serving Birmingham, England.
An important central hub for the British Railway System, Birmingham New Street Station is served by a number of
long-distance and cross-country lines, including the Birmingham loop of the West Coast Main Line.