Bromsgrove And Redditch
Rail User Partnership

Hagley Station

Hagley station lies between Kidderminster and Stourbridge on the line that links Worcester with Snow Hill and Moor Street stations in Birmingham.

The Oxford, Worcester and Wolverhampton Railway built the line through Hagley in the late 1840s. There has been a station at Hagley since the 1860s. In 1863 the OW & W was absorbed by the Great Western Railway, who built the present station in 1884, as noted in the ornamentation on the footbridge. This footbridge, listed grade II in 2000, is the basis of a Hornby 00 gauge model covered footbridge (Hornby R9751).

The station has level access to both platforms via separate entrances. There is step-free access between platforms via the street. There is a small car park adjacent to the south bound platform.

There is a link to Footfall graphs here


Hagley Station, 7th September 2018

Hagley footbridge

Ornamental ironwork on Hagley footbridge

Southbound Train

Birmingham Snow Hill to Kidderminster train, 7th September 2018

Northbound Train

Kidderminster to Dorridge train, 7th September 2018

There is a link to the Stourbridge Line User Group (SLUG) here, and to WCRP here

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