Bromsgrove And Redditch
Rail User Partnership

Wythall Station

The station serving the village of Wythall in Worcestershire, England is on the line that links Birmingham and Stratford-upon-Avon. The station and all its trains services are operated by West Midlands Railway.

The station opened as Grimes Hill Platform on 1 July 1908. It then became Grimes Hill & Wythall Halt on 12 July 1914, Grimes Hill and Wythall Platform on 11 July 1927, the suffix was dropped on 9 July 1934 and it finally became Wythall on 6 May 1974.

Access to the platforms is by ramps from the overbridge: 40m ramp to the Stratford platform, 60m ramp to the Birmingham platform. Step-free route between platforms 130m. There is no ticket office but a ticket machine is adjacent to the station building.

There is a link to Footfall graphs here

See also the Shakespeare Line website


Wythall Station building, 9th October 2018

Ticket machine

Wythall Station, ticketing machine and departures board. 9th October 2018

Station overview

Wythall Station, 9th October 2018

Departing train

Wythall Station, train departing for Stourbridge Junction, 9th October 2018

There is a link to WCRP here

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