With trains from London Paddington and Birmingham New Street among the many that stop there each day, Ledbury railway station has been serving the Herefordshire market town of Ledbury for well over 150 years.
Built in 1861, the station offers a much-needed section of double track between Shelwick Junction and Colwall New Tunnel, allowing trains travelling in opposite directions to pass one another.
In 2011, Ledbury railway station was featured in Michael Portillo’s Great British Railway Journeys television show for the BBC, where the presenter and former MP travelled along the line from Ledbury to Shrewsbury.
Ledbury itself is a picturesque town thought to take its name from the nearby River Leadon. As well as its beautiful English countryside feel and 16th Century architecture, it also has great places to visit including The Market Theatre.
Level access to Hereford platform from car park. Footbridge with 23 steps up and down to Birmingham platform. No step free access to Birmingham platform.
This station does not offer
Accessible Booking Office Counter, Accessible Public Telephones, Accessible Taxis, Accessible Ticket Machines, Customer Help Points, Impaired Mobility Set Down, National Key Toilets, Ramp For Train Access, Staff Help Available, Wheelchairs Available
Average saving calculated by comparing Advance Single Standard Class ticket prices to the equivalent price of a Standard Class Super Off-Peak ticket bought on the day of travel. Advance fares are subject to availability. Selected GWR routes only. Advance fares available from up to 11 weeks prior to travel. Savings correct as of September 2018. Terms and conditions apply.