Birmingham to Worcester via Bromsgrove Line

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Birmingham to Worcester via Bromsgrove Line
Type Suburban rail, Heavy rail
System National Rail
Status Operational
Locale Worcestershire
West Midlands
West Midlands (region)
Daily ridership Busy with standing passengers in Rush hour.
Owner Network Rail
Character Partially electrified for slow trains Cross City Line but not for fast trains and semi fast which are diesel.
Track gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in) standard gauge
Birmingham to Worcester via Bromsgrove Line
Cross Country Route
Birmingham New Street
Rugby-Birmingham-Stafford Line
Central Goods
Granville Street
Five Ways
Church Road
Somerset Road
Selly Oak
Cadbury Railway and Wharf
Lifford Wharf branch
Camp Hill Line
Kings Norton
Halesowen Railway
Barnt Green
Cross-City Line
M42 motorway
Lickey Incline
Cross Country Route
Stoke Works
M5 motorway
Birmingham to Worcester via Kidderminster Line
Droitwich Spa
Worcester (North) Parkway (Proposed)
Fernhill Heath
Blackpole Halt
Ashwood Halt
Worcester Triangle
Worcester Foregate Street
Worcester Shrub Hill
Cotswold Line
Map of the Birmingham-Worcester line. (Not to scale.)

The Birmingham-Worcester via Bromsgrove Line is a railway route in the West Midlands of Great Britain. It connects Birmingham to Worcester. The most notable feature on the line is the Lickey Incline, between Barnt Green and Bromsgrove.

The line serves the following places:[1]

Passenger services are provided by London Midland.[1]

See also[edit]