Smethwick Galton Bridge (High Level)

Local nameSmethwick Galton Bridge (High Level)
LocationSmethwick, United Kingdom

Smethwick Galton Bridge is a split-level railway station in Smethwick, West Midlands, England. It is at a point where two railways' lines cross on two levels. It has platforms on both lines, allowing interchange between them. The two low-level platforms serve the Birmingham New Street to Wolverhampton Line, while the two high-level platforms serve the Birmingham Snow Hill to Worcester Line. The high level line passes over the low level line at a right angle on a bridge. West Midlands Railway manage the station and operate the majority of its services, with others provided by Chiltern Railways, London Northwestern Railway and Transport for Wales.

It is an important interchange; 461,664 people changed trains at the station during 2014/15.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smethwick_Galton_Bridge_railway_station

Address 14 Forest Close, West Bromwich B66 1LL, United Kingdom

Coordinates 52°30'7.246" N -1°58'50.31" E

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