Stafford railway station

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Stafford
Stafford - Virgin 390020 Liverpool service.JPG
A Class 390 Pendolino at Stafford in 2018
Location
PlaceStafford
Local authorityStafford
Operations
Station codeSTA
Managed byAvanti West Coast
Platforms in use5
Live arrivals/departures and station information from National Rail
History
Key datesOpened 4 July 1837 (4 July 1837)
National Rail - UK railway stations
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Stafford railway station is a mainline railway station that serves the market town of Stafford in Staffordshire, England. It is situated on a the junction of the Trent Valley line branch of the West Coast Main Line and the Rugby–Birmingham–Stafford line.

The station is the second busiest in Staffordshire, the busiest being Stoke-on-Trent.

Services[change | change source]

Northbound[change | change source]

Other services which do not operate on a regular basis are also present at Stafford, including other Avanti West Coast services and Transport for Wales services.

Southbound[change | change source]