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Access for All: Burton-on-Trent

Tuesday 02 July 2024

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At CrossCountry, we're all about making rail travel affordable, accessible, and enjoyable for everyone. If you're travelling in and around the West Midlands, we've got all the info you'll need for a visit to Burton-on-Trent station, making your journey to the brewing capital of the world a breeze.

Key Facilities at Burton-on-Trent Station 

Indoor Areas

At Burton-on-Trent station, a waiting room can be found within the station, this is open Monday-Sunday 6.00 am-11.00 pm.

There are also toilet facilities open to all passengers travelling through the station, including baby changing facilities, which are located on Platform 2.

Accessibility facilities

Accessible toilets are located on Platform 2 and are operated by a radar key.

Burton-on-Trent station has step-free access to both platforms. For hearing-impaired passengers, induction loops are available. There are also six accessible parking spaces provided at the station.

Staff at Burton-on-Trent station are on hand to provide assistance from 5.45 am to 11.55 pm Monday to Saturday, and from 8.10 am to 12.00 pm on Sundays.

Ticket Office

There is a ticket office currently in operation at Burton-on-Trent station.

St Modwen's Church tower in autumn

Onward Travel from Burton-on-Trent Station

When continuing your journey from the station, you can catch a taxi from the rank located just outside the main entrance. Alternatively, you can book a taxi in advance with Station Taxis or New Street Taxis.

You can also find a range of bus services running through Burton-on-Trent station.

Electric vehicle charging is not available at the station. The nearest car park with EV charging is Coopers Square, located at 19-25 Underhill Walk, Burton-on-Trent DE14 1DE.

The Local Community & Support Network

If you need assistance while travelling to, from, or through Burton-on-Trent station, there are plenty of places and people ready to help. Take Stapenhill Garden community toilet scheme, for instance, which offers tarmac paths leading around the grounds and disabled toilets operated by a radar key.

There are several changing places across Burton-on-Trent including Meadowside Leisure Centre and Uttoxeter Leisure Centre. These both include a fully accessible toilet and changing facility. The National Forest Adventure can also provide First aid and a changing room.

Burton-on-Trent has plenty on offer for visitors to enjoy. Here are some other local tourist destinations you may wish to visit:

  • Burton Albion Football Club
  • Burton Town Brewery
  • Claymills Victorian Pumping Station
  • Trent Washlands
  • The Octagon Shopping Centre
  • Burton-On-Trent Cineworld

Birds eye view of Burton Bridge

If you're planning to travel to Burton-on-Trent Station, don't forget to book an Advance ticket via our website or the CrossCountry app. If you need more information, you can contact us here.

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