NSCRP promotes the importance of local railways in improving mobility and sustainable travel, community cohesion and wellbeing, and social and economic development.


Alsager Station


Alsager is a small, busy town in East Cheshire. The arrival of the railway in the mid 19th century sparked a new era of prosperity for the town and Alsager became an attractive residential area for “gentlemen connected with the Staffordshire Potteries”. It was at one point served by 3 stations! The town offers a number of independent shops and cafes and holds a weekly market on a Wednesday. Alsager is a Dementia Friendly Community.

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A photo of the platform at Alsager railway station. There is a rockery full of plants and flowers.

Sandbach Road South

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Alsager Station Facilities

Step Free Access
Ticket Machine
Cycle Storage
Car Park

This is a brief overview of the station facilities. Please refer to National Rail Enquiries for more information including up-to-date contact details, directions and more.

Alsager Station Projects

Find out what we’ve been up to at Alsager Station recently by selecting one of the photos below.

Adopt-a-Shelter with Excalibur Primary School

Alsager, Oct 2022

Dementia Friendly Station Project

Alsager, Oct 2022

Alsager: Things to see and do

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Want to get involved with our work at Alsager Station?

Do you want to make a difference at one of our railway stations? We welcome new volunteers especially if they like working with others and are happy to get stuck in.