How many platforms does Birmingham New Street have?

How many platforms does Birmingham New Street have?

Birmingham New Street railway station

Birmingham New Street
Platforms 13
Other information
Station code BHM
Fare zone 1

How many platforms does Birmingham have?

five platforms
The station is managed by Avanti West Coast and is also served by CrossCountry, Transport for Wales and West Midlands Trains. It has five platforms, consisting of two islands and one side platform numbered 1-5 from south to north.

Are there ticket barriers at Birmingham New Street?

In 2015, new electronic ticket barriers were installed at New Street’s main passenger gates for the first time in its history. The switch to the electronic barriers was expected to reduce the number of fare-dodgers using the station.

Are trains running Birmingham to London?

Are there any direct trains from Birmingham to London? Yes, you can travel from Birmingham to London without having to change trains. Find direct trains to London using our Journey Planner.

Are there live departures from Birmingham New Street?

View live train status and departure information boards for all UK train stations with Trainline. Check live times and platform information before boarding. 23:20 Wolverhampton Plat.

Where to change trains at Birmingham New Street?

If you will be changing trains at Birmingham New Street, check the departure summary screen that you’ll find by the escalators on each platform (track). If you are in luck you may be able to wait on the same platform (track) for your next train to depart.

How many platforms are there at Birmingham New Street?

To that end – the SEVEN key things worth knowing about Birmingham New Street station are: (1) The 12 platforms (tracks) are divided along their lengths into ‘a’ and ‘b’ sections – meaning that most trains depart and arrive from a specific ‘a’ or ‘b’ platform.

Where is the main train station in Birmingham?

Birmingham’s main station New Street has a fabulous location in the heart of the city, made possible by the fact that the part of the station that the trains use is below street level, so trains travel through tunnels beneath the city centre in order to access the station.