About Tamworth Railway Station
Tamworth Railway Station is a split-level train station serving the large market town of Tamworth, Staffordshire. It ranks among the oldest stations in Britain, having been opened in 1839 by the Birmingham and Derby Junction Railway. Today, it's managed by London Midland.
Coming to Staffordshire?
The West Midlands county of Staffordshire is brimming with things to see and do for people of all tastes. Thrill seekers will love the adrenaline-pumping rides of Alton Towers, and those after something a little more slow-paced will have areas of the Pennines and Peak District National Park right on their doorstep. With lovely towns like Stafford and Wolverhampton dotted throughout its bucolic, rolling countryside, Staffordshire is a patch of paradise waiting to be discovered.
Step back in time at Tamworth Castle
A visit to Tamworth Castle will take you through nine centuries of English history, with hallways, chambers, and galleries giving you a potent sense of how the Saxons, Normans, Tudors, and Victorians lived. After touring through the ages, be sure to see the castle's impressive display on the Staffordshire Hoard, containing both real and replica items from one of the most significant finds of Saxon artefacts in archaeological history.
Looking for a cheap hotel Near Tamworth Railway Station? Travelodge Tamworth Central Hotel is less than five minutes away by car, and Travelodge Tamworth M42 Hotel can be reached in just over 10.