Evesham station lies on the Cotswold Line between Oxford and Hereford, in the Worcestershire town of Evesham. Opened in 1852, the station was originally a terminus station until the Wolvercot Junction extension was completed a year later.
Trains leave the station for Worcester, Great Malvern and Hereford to the north and west, and to Oxford, Reading and London Paddington to the south. The services are pretty irregular from Evesham, with gaps between daytime departures ranging from 40 minutes to two hours.
The pretty town of Evesham was once famed for its significant abbey, but after several extensions and redevelopments it was dismantled in 1540, leaving just the bell tower to admire today. A great gardening area, the Vale of Evesham, produces some delicious fruit and veg you could pick up after a saunter around the shops, or at the garden centre, wildlife centre or miniature railway, all just a little way out of town at Evesham Country Park.