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


Longton Station


Longton is the newest and southernmost of Stoke-on-Trent’s six towns, originally laid out as an agricultural village in the thirteenth century. Until the last decade of the 18th century it was known only for its coal mines and iron works, but from the 19th century it developed into a major and prosperous centre for the production of bone china. It’s now a busy shopping and heritage location with an attractively renovated indoor market open on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays.

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Bright, colourful murals are painted within the arch shapes at Longton Station

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Longton Station Facilities

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.

Longton Station Projects

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

Stoke Sixth Form College Artwork for Knotty100

Longton,Stoke-on-Trent, Sep 2023

Intuition posters at Longton and Stoke

Longport,Longton,Stoke-on-Trent, Jan 2023

New bottle ovens

Longton, Dec 2022

Longton: Things to see and do

The Phoenix Works

Near Longton

Gladstone Pottery Museum

Near Longton

Trentham Estate

Near Longton

Longton Park (Queen's Park)

Near Longton

LoveClay at Valentine Clays

Near Longton

Awesome Walls Climbing Centre

Near Longton

Want to get involved with our work at Longton 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.