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Trains to Burton-on-Trent

The original station at Burton-on-Trent was opened in 1839 by the Birmingham and Derby Junction Railway, it stood for 44 years before being rebuilt a mere 150 yards further south so it could accommodate more traffic. This was not to be the station's last reincarnation, however, as it was rebuilt again in 1971, before undergoing a major redevelopment in 2011, which brought about improved disabled access and a new waiting room. The town of Burton-on-Trent has a long history of beer brewing, and as such, saw a great deal of industrial freight traffic in its early years. Today, though, the station runs several, frequent, cross-country services to Cardiff, Nottingham, Bristol, Leeds, Newcastle, Plymouth and Edinburgh. Situated in the Staffordshire valleys, aside the River Trent, Burton is still home to a staggering eight breweries, including famous names such as Marston's and Coors.

The station is set across two levels. At ground level is the station concourse, which contains a small shop, and ticket counter and stairs that lead to the platforms below. Burton-on-Trent is a single-island station, with tracks running either side of the platform: trains to Derby, Nottingham, London and the North run from platform 1, with services to Tamworth, Birmingham and the South leaving from platform 2. A single building stands at platform level, housing a small waiting room and toilet facilities.
Trains to Burton-on-Trent

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Burton-on-Trent

CrossCountry

2

On time

22:36

Burton-on-Trent

CrossCountry

2

On time

22:39

Burton-on-Trent

CrossCountry

1

On time

23:19

Burton-on-Trent

CrossCountry

On time

22:22

Birmingham New Street

CrossCountry

2

On time

22:37

Birmingham New Street

CrossCountry

2

On time

22:39

Nottingham

CrossCountry

1

On time

23:20

Derby

CrossCountry

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