Butlers Lane railway station
|Managed by||London Midland|
|Number of platforms||2|
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|Annual rail passenger usage*|
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|PTE||Transport for West Midlands|
|Key dates||Opened 1957|
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|* Annual estimated passenger usage based on sales of tickets in stated financial year(s) which end or originate at Butlers Lane from Office of Rail and Road statistics. Methodology may vary year on year.|
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Butlers Lane railway station serves the northern part of the Four Oaks district of Sutton Coldfield, England. It is situated on the Cross-City Line. The station, and all trains calling there are operated by London Midland.
The station was opened as a temporary wooden station in 1957 under British Railways, to coincide with the introduction of new diesel multiple units on the line from Birmingham to Lichfield, it was originally knows as Butlers Lane Halt despite being staffed from the beginning. It became one of the stations served by the new Cross-City Line from 1978. The original wooden station was rebuilt as a permanent structure during 1991/92, to coincide with the electrification of the line by British Rail.
On Mondays to Saturdays, four trains per hour operate southbound; with two to Longbridge and two to Redditch. Northbound there are four trains per hour as well; two to Lichfield Trent Valley and two to Lichfield City. On Sundays, trains run every 30 minutes between Lichfield Trent Valley and Redditch.
- Boynton, John (1993). Rails Across The City, The Story of The Birmingham Cross City Line. Kidderminster: Mid England Books. ISBN 0-9522248-0-1.
- GB National Rail Timetable May 2016 Edition, Table 69 (Network Rail)
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- Train times and station information for Butlers Lane railway station from National Rail
- Rail Around Birmingham and the West Midlands: Butlers Lane station
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