Reading Birmingham New Street Train
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Reading Birmingham New Street stations
Reading Train Station
Reading railway station, operated by Network Rail, is a major railway station and transport hub that serves the town of Reading in Berkshire. The station lies on the Great Western Main Line which connects London Paddington station to the west of England and South Wales. The station is located on the northern edge of the town centre close to the main commercial and retail areas of the town. The station has a staffed ticket office although passengers should note that it is not open in the late evening. Passengers are able to collect tickets purchased in advance (for example, on the internet) from one of the automatic ticket machines located in the station. Facilities at the station include ATM's, pay phones, public wifi, cafe, shops, toilets and baby changing facilities. Adjacent to the station is a bus interchange which is served by many of Reading's bus services.Passenger services calling at the station are operated by CrossCountry, First Great Western and South West Trains. Destinations available include London Paddington, Bristol Temple Meads, Bath Spa, Chippenham, Swindon, Cardiff Central, Swansea, Exeter St Davids, Plymouth, Newquay, Birmingham New Street, Birmingham International, Southampton, Bournemouth, London Waterloo and London Heathrow Airport.Parking is available at the station for 1,275 vehicles and is open 24 hours a day.
Birmingham New Street Train Station
Located in Birmingham city centre, Birmingham New Street railway station offers passengers services to destinations including London Euston, Coventry, Bristol Temple Meads, Plymouth, Penzance, Nottingham, Derby, Reading, Oxford, Southampton Central, Bournemouth, Northampton, Liverpool Lime Street, Crewe, Birmingham International and Holyhead.The station, in the West Midlands region of England, is operated by Network Rail with passenger services being operated by CrossCountry, Virgin Trains, Arriva Trains Wales and London Midland.Passenger facilities at the station include ATM's, a First Class Lounge, pay phones, public wifi, food outlets, shops (including Boots, Costa Coffee and W H Smith), toilets and baby changing facilities. There is a short stay car park at the station for 40 vehicles and is open 24 hours a day.The station is one of three main line railway stations serving the centre of Birmingham: the other two are Birmingham Moor Street and Birmingham Snow Hill. Birmingham Moor Street railway station is a short walk from Birmingham New Street and the route to take is well signposted and takes passengers under the Bullring shopping centre.The station is the eighth busiest railway station in the UK and the busiest outside London, with 32 million passenger entries and exits between April 2012 and March 2013. It is also the busiest interchange station outside London, with over 5.1 million passengers changing trains at the station annually.