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Cannock railway station

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Place  Cannock
Station code  CAO
DfT category  F1
Number of platforms  2
Grid reference  SJ985098
Managed by  London Midland
2011/12  0.253 million
Local authority  Cannock Chase District
Cannock railway station
Address  Cannock WS11 0EG, United Kingdom
Similar  Hednesford railway station, Penkridge railway station, Rugeley Trent Valley rail, Stafford railway station, Landywood railway station

Cannock railway station serves the town of Cannock in Staffordshire, England. The station and all trains serving it are operated by London Midland.

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History

The station reopened by British Rail in 1989, as part of the first stage of the reopening to passenger trains of the Chase Line from Walsall to Hednesford. It had previously closed to passengers on 18 January 1965 and to goods on 10 August 1964, as part of the Beeching Axe. The remains of a small part of the original Up (southbound) platform can still be seen just to the north of the station.

Services

Service frequencies vary. On Weekdays there are typically two trains per hour to Walsall and Birmingham at peak times and one train per hour during the off peak period and in the evenings. There are two trains per hour throughout the day on Saturdays with an hourly evening service. Trains operate between Birmingham New Street and Rugeley Trent Valley where connections to Stafford, Stoke-on-Trent and Crewe are available, although two trains per day start/terminate at Hednesford. On Sundays there is an hourly service throughout the day after 10:00. Most services are operated by Class 170 diesel trains and journey times are typically 17 minutes to Walsall and 41 minutes to Birmingham New Street.

References

Cannock railway station Wikipedia


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