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Claverdon is a small village a few miles west of Warwick. The station is a very quiet location.
Railway type and traffic
This quiet single-track line line see passenger traffic running from Leamington Spa to Stratford-upon-Avon. Please note that these trains are not frequent, sometimes 2 hours between runs, so it`s best to check timetables before travelling!
Weekends may see charter traffic, both steam and diesel hauled.
This is a very quiet and peaceful station in the countryside.
From Warwick, head out to Redditch on the A4189. After crossing the M40, there will be another 3 left hand turnings before you reach the station. which is also to your left.Click here to set up your location for directions to this location Claverdon Station map co-ordinates
There is a small area to park your car opposite the small station building on the left hand side. If you are unable to park, there is a lay-by which you will see just ahead on the right hand side.
Claverdon is served by infrequent trains between Stratford upon Avon and London Marylebone.
Johnsons of Henley's service 24 also operates infrequently from Stratford upon Avon and passes the station.Travelline Midlands
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There is nothing here whatsoever, and the nearest shops will be in Henley-in-Arden, Hatton, or Warwick.
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Claverdon Station general view map
Claverdon Station close up map
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Shots can be taken from the platform, and also from the footbridge adjacent to the road bridge.
General views - All photographs © Jason Rodhouse unless otherwise stated
Fig 1 - Looking south west
Fig 2 - Looking north east
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