About Solihull Railway Station
Solihull Railway Station is the central train station serving the large town of Solihull, the West Midlands. Opened in 1852 by the Great Western Railway, the station went through several reconstruction and rationalisation projects during the 19th and 20th centuries as the population of Solihull swelled.
Nestled Near the southern edge of the West Midlands, the Solihull area is home to great shopping, with several active high streets and vibrant malls like the Touchwood Shopping Centre, delectable dining, and prominent UK attractions like the National Exhibition Centre. For those looking for something a little more slow-paced, there are beautiful formal gardens like the grounds of Castle Bromwich, and the surrounding countryside is traced by long, tranquil cycling and walking paths.
Feel the roar of the National Motorcycle Museum
Solihull's National Motorcycle Museum is largely recognised as the largest and most prestigious motorcycle museum in the country, boasting a collection of 350 motorcycles spanning over a century of the iconic vehicle's history. One of its main attractions is a huge cross-section of models from the UK, spanning the �60 glorious years� of motorcycle manufacturing in Britain.
Looking for a cheap hotel Near Solihull Railway Station? Travelodge Birmingham Airport Hotel is a quarter of an hour away by car, as is Travelodge Birmingham Maypole Hotel.