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Birmingham, located in the Midlands, is well connected to much of the UK by extensive rail networks. The main operator of trains to Birmingham is London Midland with regular services operating in and out of Birmingham to most major cities in the country. The main train station for Birmingham city centre is Birmingham New Street. Nearby, Birmingham Moor Street, Snow Hill and Birmingham International stations are also available. All of these stations are readily accessible via public transport links of buses and local trains. See below for further information about travelling from, to and around Birmingham.
Trains to Birmingham from London
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The best time to book trains to Birmingham is 6 weeks before departure, this will give you the best chance of saving money.
Train journeys to Birmingham from other cities in England can be bought for under £15. Even within 2 weeks of departure, train tickets to Birmingham can still be bought for under £20.
Birmingham has 3 main stations. Birmingham New Street, which has services from London Midland, Virgin Trains, Arriva Trains Wales and Crosscountry. Birmingham Moor Street, which is the terminus for Chiltern Railways services, and Birmingham Snow Hill make up the rest of Birmingham’s city centre stations. All 3 stations are directly in the centre of the city and are readily accessible via public transport links of buses and local trains.
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