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Trains to Nottingham

Nottingham’s first station was built in 1839, but the rapid expansion of both the city and the railway network soon caught up with it. Nottingham station sits in the heart of the city centre, beside Nottingham canal and just a 10-minute walk away from the famous castle that overlooks the city. The Lace Market quarter, full shops, bars and restored 19th century industrial buildings, is also within walking distance.

Station details & facilities

Access to Nottingham station is via Carrington Street. Bus services Citylink C1, 90, 90A and L1 stop directly outside the station, and trams stop around the corner on Station Street. Ticket offices, shops and refreshments are available in the main concourse. Platforms are on a lower level, and accessible by both stairs and lift. The shorter platform 2, used for train to Skegness, is located at the far end of platforms 1 and 3.

Latest

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07:38

Nottingham

CrossCountry

Plat. 5B

On time

07:40

Nottingham

East Midlands Trains

Plat. 2

On time

07:30

Leicester

East Midlands Trains

Plat. 7A

On time

07:35

Skegness

East Midlands Trains

Plat. 4A

On time

07:37

Birmingham New Street

CrossCountry

Plat. 6A

On time

07:46

Liverpool Lime Street

East Midlands Trains

Plat. 3B

On time

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