Proposed Railway Stations in West Midlands

There are a number of railway schemes proposed in the West Midlands. To find out the latest developments in this region click here

Railway Stations

Alrewas

Located on the railway line between Lichfield and Burton upon Trent, this station would serve Alrewas and the National Memorial Arboretum.

Baschurch

Located on the Gobowen-Shrewsbury railway line in Shropshire.

Brinsford Parkway

Located on the Wolverhampton – Stafford line serving the development on the former MoD depot at Brinsford.
Castle Bromwich

Etruria

Located approximately one mile north of Stoke-on-Trent railway station, this proposal would replace the stop closed in 2005. This proposal was supported by Stoke-on-Trent Central MP Jo Gideon. It was unsuccessful in round 1

Fenton

This proposed station would be located on the Stoke-on-Trent to Derby railway line.

Galley Common

Located near Nuneaton, providing better access to Galley Common and Stockingford areas.

Fort Hill Parkway

Located between Birmingham and Water Orton, near to the Fort shopping centre.

Henwick

Kingsbury

Station would be located near Water Orton.

Madeley

Meir

Proposed railway station between Stoke-on-Trent and Uttoxeter, which was successful for funding in round 1.

Milton Malsor

Portobello

Rugby Parkway

Shrewsbury Park and Ride

Tettenhall

Warwick University

New Railway lines

Camp Hill Line

Introduction of local services with the opening of three stations and the provision of a regular service.

Hazelweel, Kings Heath and Moseley

Stratford upon Avon – Honeybourne (Shakespeare Line)

Reconnect Stratford upon Avon and Honeybourne via Long Marston.

Ironbridge

Sutton Park line (Walsall – Water Orton)

Aldridge

Sutton Coldfield

South Staffordshire line (Walsall – Lichfield)

Pelsall

Brownhills

Walsall – Wolverhampton

Darlaston

Willenhall

Oswestry – Gobowen (West Midlands)

Restore the railway line serving Oswestry. Supported by MPs Owen Paterson, Craig Williams and Simon Baynes.

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