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About Chesterfield Railway Station

Chesterfield Railway Station is the main train station serving the large market town of Chesterfield, Derbyshire. It was first opened in 1840, during the development of the North Midland Railway. Today, the station is managed by Network Rail, but served mainly by East Midland Trains.

Welcome to Chesterfield

The market town and larger borough of Chesterfield is one of the oft-overlooked gems of Derbyshire, and offers many quaint delights for those who are passing through. Visitors can learn the history of landmarks like the unique �crooked spire�, enjoy an evening at the theatre, or hunt for a bargain at its open-air market. Chesterfield is also a great base for exploring the highlights of the surrounding area, such as Sheffield, Bolsover Castle and Hardwick Hall.

Be charmed by Chatsworth

If you're passing through Chesterfield and have a love for stately country homes, Chatsworth is definitely a must-see. This �Palace of the Peak� has 30 incredible rooms to explore, including a family chapel, a sublime Painted Hall, lavish state rooms, and a gallery for the Devonshire collection, one of the most famous collections of fine art in Europe.

Planning a trip to Chesterfield Railway Station? Travelodge Chesterfield Hotel is less than 10 minutes away by car, and Travelodge Worksop Hotel can be reached in half an hour.