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.

Big Bugs at Alsager!

Alsager, Feb 2024

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.