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


Peartree Station


Originally called Pear Tree and Normanton, this was one of the original stations of the Birmingham and Derby Junction Railway which opened on 12 August 1839. The station closed on 4 March 1968 but was reopened in 1976 as Peartree Station. The new Moorways Sports Village and Water Park and beautiful Osmaston Park are only a short walk from Peartree Station.
Only a few trains stop here every day so plan carefully!

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At Peartree railway station, a metal archway with the station name marks the platform entrance.

Osmaston Park Road
DE24 8DT

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Peartree Station Facilities

Step Free Access

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.

Peartree Station Projects

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

New platform signate at Peartree

Peartree, Aug 2023

Siemens volunteers help out at Peartree Station

Peartree, Aug 2023

Station improvements at Peartree

Peartree, Jun 2023

Peartree: Things to see and do

Moorways Sports Village and Water Park

Near Peartree

Osmaston Park

Near Peartree

Alter Rock Indoor Climbing Centre

Near Peartree

Want to get involved with our work at Peartree 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.