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Wolverton station lies on the busy West Coast Main Line between Northampton and Milton Keynes.
Railway type and traffic
Lots of Virgin Pendolinos. Local services to Birmingham, Northampton and Euston are currently in the hands of class 321 and 350 units.
There is plenty of freight that passes through the station, mainly DB Schenker and Freightliner.
As with most train stations, they can be more busier at certain times than others, but Wolverton is generally not that busy.
From Milton Keynes station, head North East along Grafton Gate, and at the first major roundabout, take the second exit (Grafton Street) and continue, going straight over subsequent roundabouts. This will take you straight to Wolverton. The station is well sign-posted, and will be on your left.Click here to set up your location for directions to this location Wolverton Station map co-ordinates
The station has a car park.
Local services stop at the station, with connections from express services at Milton Keynes.
There are lots of buses between Wolverton and Milton Keynes. there are the 2, 2E, 3 (all about every 30 minutes) 3E, 4E, 5.Click here to set up your location for directions to this location
There is a Morrisons supermarket a short walk away, behind the works, failing that Milton Keynes will have pretty much anything you could need.
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There is an assortment of shots which can be had here, although the 'favourite' is of the curves at the northern end of the station from the middle platform. Be very careful, as trains pass at speed here, and the platform is very narrow at the end, so do please stay behind the yellow line. A telephoto lens here is highly recommended, if not essential. The same can be said for shots at the southern end of the station, as the following photos demonstrate.
General views - All photographs © Jason Rodhouse unless otherwise stated
Fig 1 - Looking north west
Fig 2 - Looking south east
Fig 3 - Looking north west
Fig 4 - Looking south east
Fig 5 - Looking north west
Fig 6 - Looking north west
Fig 7 - Looking south east
Fig 8 - Looking north west
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