Pershore train station lies on the Cotswold Line in Worcestershire between Worcester and Oxford. The station is situated in the village of Pinvin, and serves the market town of Pershore which lies one mile to the south. Pershore town lies on the western bank of the River Avon; it is notable for its Georgian architecture and is deemed a conservation area. Trains from Pershore train station are operated by Great Western Railway who provides a typical off-peak service of one train per hour in each direction. The fastest journey time to Oxford is 1 hour and 15 minutes.
The station opened in 1852 and features in John Betjamin’s poem Pershore Station. There is one platform for the single track line at with level step-free access from the car park. There are no ticket office or toilet facilities at this station. Local bus connections can be found on the nearby Station Road.
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