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Trains to Warwick Parkway

Warwick Parkway station serves the north side of Warwick and the town of Budbrooke. Opened in 2000, it's a popular commuter station for Birmingham, and also offers longer-distance services to London Marylebone. It is one of only a handful of stations on the National Rail system not owned by Network Rail, instead belonging to Chiltern Railways, who run services throughout 'Shakespeare Country' - Stratford-upon-Avon, the great playwright's birthplace, is about eight miles to the south. The town of Warwick itself is a place of considerable culture, with a castle that dates back to 1068, an abundance of Tudor and 17th-century buildings, and annual festivals devoted to spoken word and classical music. It has also featured as a location in several major TV productions, including the period drama Pride and Prejudice. On top of all that it's a modest business centre too, with National Grid and IBM among the companies that keep offices here.

Station details & facilities

Warwick Parkway station's main entrance has a ticket desk, ticket machines and public toilets, including accessible facilities. Platform 1 (towards London) is directly outside, and a tunnel leads under the tracks to platform 2 (towards Birmingham) - both platforms have stair and lift access. There's an additional ticket machine at the tunnel entrance for when the office is closed. The huge car park - nearly 1,000 spaces - is right in front of the station.

Useful links when visiting Warwick Parkway by train