From Wharfdale Road Bridge.
It dates from 1906 to 1908.
It was originally used by Great Western Railway and was on the North Warwickshire Line.
It is served (and managed) by London Midland.
Tyseley station opened in 1906 on the GWR’s line from Moor Street to Leamington Spa and beyond to Paddington. However, in 1908 the GWR opened the North Warwickshire Line which had originally been planned by the then-fledgling and soon to fail independant Birmingham and North Warwickshire Railway Company in 1894. The North Warwickshire Line was joined with Moor Street-Leamington line at Tyseley thus making Tyseley station itself a busy and important GWR concern. In addition to this, and possibly reflecting its new-found importance, significant goods facilities and the ‘legendary’ Tyseley Shed were built here too.
The trains on the line I go on, uses Platform’s 3 and 4.
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