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

Blythe Bridge

Blythe Bridge Station


Blythe Bridge village is named after the River Blithe which runs through it and features shops, a library and public open spaces. It is just a 5-minute walk from the station.  The Foxfield Railway heritage line is a 15-minute walk or 5-minute cycle from the station and offers visitors the chance to experience an exhilarating ride on a steam train. The beautiful station building is the perfect venue for refreshments.

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A series of posters adorn the platform of Blythe Bridge station.

Uttoxeter Road
Blythe Bridge
ST11 9JF

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Blythe Bridge Station Facilities

Step Free Access
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.

Blythe Bridge Station Projects

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

Caverswall Community Art Trail

Blythe Bridge, Feb 2024


Blythe Bridge, Jul 2023

Staffordshire Moorlands Walking Festival includes Rails to Trails guided walk

Blythe Bridge, Apr 2023

Blythe Bridge: Things to see and do

Foxfield Railway

Near Blythe Bridge

Heath House Farm and Garden Centre

Near Blythe Bridge

Want to get involved with our work at Blythe Bridge 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.