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Trains from Birmingham to Wolverhampton

Running 17 times a day with CrossCountry*

*Based on scheduled timetable

Travel in comfort with CrossCountry on one of our trains from Birmingham to Wolverhampton. You can purchase Advance tickets even on the day, up until 15 minutes before departure.

Taking the train from Birmingham to Wolverhampton is quick and easy when you travel with CrossCountry. As you ride through the West Midlands, absorb the country views across the English landscape, pass by quaint towns and catch a glimpse of the Sheepwash Local Nature Reserve.  

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CrossCountry Trains from Birmingham New Street to Wolverhampton

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Travelling to Wolverhampton

  • First CrossCountry train - 05:57
  • Last CrossCountry train - 22:31

Travelling from Birmingham to Wolverhampton

This young and vibrant city is certainly up-and-coming, and is one of the top 10 growing economies in the UK. It was the first town in Britain to introduce automated traffic lights in 1927 and has since become a very well-connected city, especially in the West Midlands. The city is home to some of the brightest minds and companies in the UK, with big firms such as Jaguar and UTC Aerospace calling Wolverhampton their home.

Once you have arrived in Wolverhampton

Onward Travel: Taxis and Buses in Wolverhampton

There are regular train and bus services within Wolverhampton. For those who prefer to travel directly to their destination, there are numerous taxi companies available in the city.

Shopping in Wolverhampton

There are two main shopping centres in Wolverhampton; the Mander Centre and Wulfrun Centre, they both have a host of national high street stores and independent retailers. There are indoor and outdoor markets to explore that operate from Tuesday-Saturday each week. For those looking for a different shopping experience, there is a craft and farmers market on Dudley Street on the first Friday of every month.

Culture in Wolverhampton

Wolverhampton is a city that is alive with shopping, culture and commerce. With numerous clubs, pubs, theatres and concert venues, including the Grand Theatre that opened its doors in 1894 and is the largest theatre in the city. It hosts a multitude of performances, including many from the West End and international theatre scene. If you’re more into art galleries, then visit the Wolverhampton Art Gallery that exhibits key periods in history through its range of paintings, sculptures, drawings and photography. You can come see some big names in music and TV at the Civic Hall or visit the Slade Rooms for the best in live music and stand-up comedy.

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