Broadway Station is the newest station on our railway and is our northern terminus. The station is situated on the north-western edge of the village, a 15 minute walk (approx ¾ mile) from the centre. The whole station has been built by our volunteers in the style of the original which was completely demolished when the line closed.
You can find details of how to reach us by road here.
If you wish to use public transport, there are details of services here.
Full details of accessibility to Broadway Station can be found in our Access Statement available here.
Due to space restrictions, there is no car parking at the station other than a very limited number of spaces for 'Blue Badge' disabled users. We would encourage disabled visitors to travel to Toddington to board our trains, where more facilities are available. There is a council managed “pay and display” car park on the other side of the main road under the railway bridge less than a 5 minute walk from the station entrance. If you pay £5 for 10 hours' parking you will receive a voucher for £3 redeemable at the station booking office against one railway ticket. Note: the voucher is only valid if you travel on the same day that you park and is not usable in conjunction with any other discount or voucher.
Washrooms and Toilets
We have a modern toilet block on Platform 1. There are facilities for nappy changing and an accessible toilet.
There is a well stocked shop adjacent to the station selling all kinds of fresh food.
There is a privately owned minibus shuttle service at Broadway Station for each train to take you into the village - the price charged is £2 single and £3 return. You can also use the service for longer journeys to tourist attractions like Snowshill Manor or the Broadway Tower by negotiation with the driver. See this flyer for details. Please Note: This is a private minibus shuttle service and has no connection to the railway. We are therefore not liable for any problems associated with this service.