Bromsgrove railway station has been situated for the past 170 years at the foot of
the infamous Lickey Incline, on the high speed cross country mainline.
The rail facilities and the train services for passengers in Bromsgrove need to be
improved to suit the twenty first century.
The current Bromsgrove station, consisting of two platforms of two unequal lengths,
thus allowing four car trains to stop southbound, but preventing them from stopping
northbound, is all that remains from the station originally designed in 1837 and
opened in 1840.