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About Meadowhall Railway Station

Meadowhall Railway Station is a major transport interchange located in the north of Sheffield, Yorkshire. It’s made up of a railway station, a tram stop, and a bus and coach station. Opened in 1990, Meadowhall is the second-busiest railway station in the city, serving upwards of 2 million fares in 2016.

See more of Sheffield

Once a major industrial centre of the north, many of Sheffield’s monolithic factories and furnaces have now been converted into museums, apartments, exhibition venues and more. As a gateway to the Peak District, the former “Steel City” is now characterised by a strong connection to nature, which is inherent in all the outdoor excursions and new green spaces within the city. Whether you’re more interested in its industrial heritage or its new, blossoming culture, your first trip to Sheffield is something you’ll never forget!

Relax in the Winter Garden, whatever the weather

One of Sheffield’s most impressive landmarks, the award-winning winter garden ranks among the largest temperate glasshouses to be built in the UK, and is home to more than 2,500 plants from all over the world. Connected to Millennium Square and the Millennium Galleries, Sheffield’s Winter Garden is one of the best places to start your trip to the city.

Looking for a cheap hotel Near Meadowhall Railway Station? Travelodge Sheffield Meadowhall Hotel is just outside the station, and Travelodge Sheffield Richmond Hotel is a 15-minute drive away.