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Stratford-upon Avon station although once a through station, is now a terminus in Warwickshire.
Railway type and traffic
This station is served by multiple units which go to Birmingham, Leamington Spa, and London Marylebone. There are also frequent charters to the town, both steam and diesel hauled.
This location is at the delightful ex-GWR station which can often be bustling with tourists due to the towns connection with William Shakespeare.
The nearest town is Warwick, and is close to the M40, junction 15. From both Warwick and the motorway, take the A46 which leads you into Stratford. The train station is near to the centre of the town and is well signposted.Click here to set up your location for directions to this location Stratford-upon-Avon Station map co-ordinates
There is plenty of parking at the station including some spaces which are free for 20 minutes stays. If there is no room, there is always the supermarket next door!
As well as the train service, buses from Warwick to Stratford include 16/16A and 18/18A which run about every half hour, although less regularly on Sundays and Bank Holidays.Click here to set up your location for directions to this location
The station itself has a quaint little café, although there is plenty of amenities in the town centre. The station is also next to a large superstore.
Being a tourist town there will be plenty of well priced accomodation.
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Stratford-upon-Avon Station general view map
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Shots can be taken from all platforms, and from the over bridge.
Sometimes, people can be seen waiting for a train from the south. The tracks appear to continue south, but the trains won`t get far as the tracks have been lifted beyond the bridge!
General views - All photographs © Jason Rodhouse unless otherwise stated
Fig 1 - Looking south
Fig 2 - Looking north
The tracks at the bottom of the picture only continue for a short distance.
Fig 3 - Looking north
Fig 4 - Looking north
An arrival shot from the station foot bridge.
Fig 5 - Looking south
Fig 6 - Looking south
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