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Forgotten train stations of Birmingham: 9 lost ‘ghost’ railway stations around Birmingham

These are train stations that are derelict around Birmingham today

Birmingham has the best public transport networks in the West Midlands, and one of the best in the UK too.

New Street station was built in central Birmingham by the London and North Western Railway between 1846 and 1854. Birmingham's Snow Hill Station was opened in 1852 with Moor Street Station opening in 1909.

Three stations around the city: Kings Heath, Pineapple Road, and Moseley Village, are currently under construction and getting ready for the long-awaited return of passenger rail services to that part of south Birmingham after several decades. There are plans for the stations to open later this year.

Those stations previously laid empty for years, and there are still a number of train stations around Birmingham that closed many years ago and lie derelict today.

Here are the 9 derelict stations around Birmingham today

Three stations around the city: Kings Heath, Pineapple Road, and Moseley Village, are currently under construction and getting ready for the long-awaited return of passenger rail services to that part of south Birmingham after several decades. There are plans for the stations to open later this year.

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