Wylde Green railway station
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Wylde Green railway station is a railway station serving northern Wylde Green and Boldmere in Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham, England. It is on the Redditch-Birmingham New Street-Lichfield Cross-City Line 6 1⁄2 miles (10.5 km) north east of Birmingham New Street, and is in Centro fare zone 4.
The station has a car park. Pedestrian and vehicular access is via Station Road, with pedestrian access also available from Highbridge Road. The platforms are above the former road, but below the latter.
Despite the station name, Chester Road railway station is located closer to Wylde Green's shopping centre, The Lanes.
Monday to Saturdays there is a 10-minute frequency southbound with three trains per hour to Longbridge and three to Redditch) and northbound two trains per hour to Four Oaks, 2 trains per hour to Lichfield City and 2 trains per hour to Lichfield Trent Valley.
Sundays there are two trains per hour southbound to Redditch and two trains per hour northbound to Lichfield Trent Valley.
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- An Historical Survey Of Selected LMS Stations Vol. One Dr R Preston and R Powell Hendry. Oxford Pub. Co. (1982, Reprinted in 2001) ISBN 0-86093-168-4
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