Tutbury & Hatton Railway Station

Tutbury & Hatton station is on the boundary of Derbyshire and Staffordshire County Council local authority areas. Hatton is in South Derbyshire, whilst the village of Tutburyis in Staffordshire. Annual footfall is 56,404 (based on Office of Rail Regulation Station Usage 2011/12).

Tutbury is the home of the historic Tutbury Castle, which sits on wooded slopes overlooking the River Dove. The castle is best known as one of the prisons of Mary Queen of Scots, who was held there on four occasions.

Tutbury Castle is just a 10 minute walk from Tutbury & Hatton station and there is a lovely view from the train of the castle’s commanding hill top position.

Find out more about Tutbury Castle on www.tutburycastle.com

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