Claverdon railway station
Claverdon railway station in 2005
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Claverdon railway station serves the village of Claverdon in Warwickshire, England. It is managed by West Midlands Railway, although most of the services from the station are operated by Chiltern Railways. It is a request stop for West Midlands Railway services that call at the station, but a regular stop for Chiltern Railways services.
The line on which the station stands was opened by the Stratford on Avon Railway as a single-track branch in 1860, but was doubled between Bearley and Hatton in 1938 and a new two-platform station was built at Claverdon. When the second track was lifted in 1969 Claverdon reverted to being a single-platform station.
The station sees six Chiltern Railways departures in each direction on the Leamington to Stratford Line every day except Sundays, some of these trains continue to or start from London Marylebone. One West Midlands Trains southbound service between Birmingham and Stratford stops at the station in the morning upon request, but most pass through without stopping.
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- Train times and station information for Claverdon railway station from National Rail
- Historical photographs of Claverdon station at warwickshirerailways.com
- Rail Around Birmingham and the West Midlands: Claverdon station
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Leamington-Stratford upon Avon
|West Midlands Railway
Birmingham - Stratford via Solihull
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