With trains to Hereford, Worcester, Oxford, Bristol and beyond, Great Malvern railway station connects the picturesque spa town with many varied places across the UK.

Designed by Edmund Wallace Elmslie in the early 1860s, this Grade II listed station is a beautiful and ornate piece of architecture and a wonderful place to spend time waiting on the platform. There’s even an award-winning café named Lady Foley’s Tea Room – named after one of the station’s original sponsors Lady Emily Foley of Stoke Edith.

If you do decide to head out into the town itself, you can expect to find a place that is equally pretty and historic too, with rolling hills, chapels and fantastic buildings which date back to the 18th century and earlier. You’ll even find evidence of Malvern’s Bronze Age heritage at the local museum.


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