About Walsall Railway Station

Walsall Railway Station is the main railway station serving the industrial city of Walsall, West Midlands. It was opened during the great, sweeping industrialisation of northern England in the Victorian era, replacing a temporary depot managed by the Grand Junction Railway. Vast improvements to its services were carried out as Walsall’s population grew, and the station now runs four trains per hour to Birmingham on weekdays.

Welcome to Walsall

Though the borough of Walsall is home to over 200,000 people, it boasts a balanced and clean city centre that’s perfect for visitors who want the intrigue of a city, but none of the fast-paced hassle. It was once a major industrial centre in the West Midlands, and has now become a vibrant home of the arts, which visitors can delve into at its popular New Art Gallery.

Go wild at Dudley Zoological Gardens

An easy drive south of Walsall, Dudley Zoo is one of the Midlands’ best-loved family attractions. Here, you can get up-close with some of the rarest wild animals in the world, and learn about the tireless conservation work that goes towards protecting them. Some of the zoo’s most popular residents include Asiatic lions, Sumatran tigers, Lemurs, and Lorikeets.

Planning a trip to Walsall Railway Station? Travelodge Birmingham North Hotel is a 10-minute drive away, and Travelodge Birmingham Perry Barr Hotel can be reached in half an hour.