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.
The station is situated on the north-western edge of the village, a 15 minute walk (approx ¾ mile) from the centre. There is no car parking in the station yard other than a very limited number of spaces for 'Blue Badge' disabled users; however, we would encourage disabled visitors to travel to Toddington to board our trains, where ample facilities are available.
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Parking in Broadway
There is a council managed pay-and-display car park (N.B. it is not the railway's car park) on the opposite side of the main road under the railway bridge, less than a 5 minute walk from the station entrance. It has gantries at either end of the car park set to 2.05m in height. 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. Please note that the voucher can only be redeemed against a full fare ticket purchased at the booking office on the day and is not valid for special events.
There are 4 Swarco Type 2, 6.9kW electric vehicle charging points in this car park.
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To speak with the team at Broadway:
Phone: 01242 621 405
Due to space restrictions, there is NO general public car parking at the station other than just two spaces for 'Blue Badge' disabled users. We would encourage disabled visitors to travel to Toddington to board our trains, where more facilities are available. If you wish to park in Broadway there are two Pay and Display Car Parks:
Food & Drink
The Broadway Station Refreshment Room is on Platform 1. Click here for more information.
We have a modern toilet block on Platform 1. There are facilities for nappy changing and an accessible toilet.
There is a GWR shop located in a cabin on Platform 1 at Broadway. It is open on all operating days. The shop stocks a range of gifts, books and railway memorabilia and is managed and staffed by an enthusiastic band of GWSR volunteers.