Giving more than half a million travellers trains to London Paddington, Oxford and Bristol Temple Meads each year, Worcester Shrub Hill railway station has been serving the local community for over 165 years.

Although originally built in 1850, the Georgian-style station as it is today was designed and erected some 15 years later. The vision of renowned engineer Edward Wilson, it has been modernised slightly today but still retains much of its original charm.

Just a short walk away from the River Severn and the magnificent Worcester Cathedral, which welcomes visitors from all over the world and hosts concerts and events all year round, Worcester Shrub Hill railway station is a great place to head for a day out. And if you fancy something to eat while in town, why not pay a visit to Browns at the Quay.


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