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Nuneaton Train Station


Nuneaton Station
Bond Street
CV11 4BU
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Station overview

A ticket office is available. Ticket office
Baby changing facilities are available. Baby changing facilities
A ticket machine is available. Ticket machine
Wheelchairs are available. Wheelchairs
A phone box is available. Phone box
Toilets are available. Toilets
A post box is available. Post box
Facility Information
Ticket office opening hours Monday to Friday: 06:00 to 20:00 Saturday: 06:00 to 20:00 Sunday: 09:00 to 21:00


Self service ticket machines A ticket machine is available.
Collection of pre-purchased tickets Collection of pre-purchased tickets is available.
Get Oyster card here Oyster Pre-Pay not is available.
Top up Oyster pay as you go here Oyster top up is not available.
Use Oyster pay as you go here Oyster top up is not available.
Service Information
British Transport Police 0800 40 50 40
CCTV CCTV systems are available.
Rail Replacement Service

In the event of engineering the bus/coach will collect from: On site at the front of the station.

Information Systems
  • Departure screens
  • Announcements
Service Information
Nuneaton Station customer services

Please contact our Contact Centre team on: 0333 311 0006. Who are open during the following times:

Monday to Friday: 07:00 - 19:00 Saturday and Sunday: 08:00 - 16:00 Bank Holidays: 08:00 - 16:00 except Christmas Day and Boxing Day.

**Nuneaton station is accredited by the Secure Station Scheme**

Left luggage Left luggage is not available.
Left luggage contact details


Lost property Lost property is not available at the station.
Lost property contact details


Facility Information
Lounge A first class lounge is not available.
Lounge opening hours A first class lounge is not available.
Facility Information
Seating area A seating area is available.
Waiting rooms Waiting rooms are not available.
Trolleys Trolleys are available.
Refreshment facilities Refreshment facilities are available.


Toilets Toilets are available.
Baby changing Baby changing facilities are available.
Pay phone Pay phones are available. Cards
Public Wi-Fi Wi-Fi is not available.
Post box A Post box is available.
Tourist information office A tourist information office is not available.
Cashpoint An ATM machine is not available.
Bureau de change A bureau de change is not available.
Shops Shops are not available.
Showers Showers are not available.
Facility Information
Helpline information A helpline is available. Monday to Sunday:24 Hours a Day

We want everyone to travel with confidence. That is why, if you are planning on travelling on national rail services, you can request an assistance booking in advance - now up to 2 hours before your journey is due to start, any time of the day. For more information about Passenger Assist and how to request an assistance booking via Passenger Assist, please click here.

Helpline contact details

0800 0248 997


Customer help points Customer help points are available.
Staff help Staff help is available.

This station is staffed part time.  This means that during 'staff help available opening times' your assistance will be provided by station staff.  Any other time, our on-train Conductors will provide your assistance onto the train.

Staff help opening times Monday: 05:30 to 23:30 Sunday: 08:00 to 00:00
Accessible ticket machines Accessible ticket machines are available.
Accessible ticket office counter An accessible ticket office counter is not available.
Induction loop An induction loop is available.
Ramp for train access A ramp for train access is available.
Accessible taxis Accessible taxis are not available.
Accessible public pay phones Accessible public pay phones are not available.
National key toilets National key toilets are available.
Step free access coverage Whole Station

This station has been classified as a step-free access category A station. This means that this station has step-free access to all platforms. More information on the step-free classification system can be found at

The assistance meeting point is at the ticket office during 'staff help available opening times'  When station staff aren't available, the assistance meeting point is on the platform where your service is due to depart.  Our on-board conductors will help you onto the train, so please make sure you attract their attention as the train comes to a stop on the platform.

Impaired mobility set down Impaired mobility set down Machine is available.
Disabled parking Disable parking is not available.
Wheelchairs Wheelchairs are available.
Ticket gates Ticket gates are not present.
Station Car Park
Operator SABA UK
Spaces 193
Opening times
  • Monday to Friday:24 Hours a Day
  • Saturday:24 Hours a Day
  • Sunday:24 Hours a Day
Contact details 0330 123 5247
Bus services available Bus services are available.
Bus services information

Information to plan your onward journey is available in a printable format here

Cycle storage available Cycle storage is available.
Storage type Stands
Spaces 46
Sheltered No
Storage location

Platform 1

Transport Information
Taxi rank available

Arrow 024 7634 4444 MI 024 7638 1111 JK 024 7638 5813

Airport available Airport information is not available.
Port available Port information is not available.

Nuneaton Railway Station is a transport hub in the heart of Nuneaton, a large town in Warwickshire. With three railway lines running through, connecting Nuneaton to a range of UK towns and cities, this is a fantastic transport connection for Nuneaton and its surrounding areas; connecting to cities like Coventry and Birmingham.

Nuneaton is a historic railway station, originally opening in 1847 as part of the Trent Valley Line. With another line added in 1850, to Coventry, Nuneaton rapidly became one of the prominent train stations in Warwickshire. Like other stations on the line, the original station was designed by John William Livock as a simple two-platform structure. However, as the station began to serve more routes and run trains more regularly, the two platforms were not enough. It was expanded in 1873, and again in 1915. The current buildings, which stand today, are from the 1915 reconstruction and were designed by Reginald Wynn Owen.

In the past, Nuneaton had been home to multiple train stations. Originally named Nuneaton Midland, the later renamed Nuneaton Abbey Street was closed in 1968. Following this closure, Nuneaton Trent Valley became known simply as Nuneaton – the station we know and love today!

Finding your way to Nuneaton is simple on a CrossCountry train. Whether you’re coming from the West Midlands or further afield, there are plenty of easy routes that will start your trip to Nuneaton off in comfort and ease. Popular routes include Birmingham to Nuneaton, Cambridge to Nuneaton, Leicester to Nuneaton, and Peterborough to Nuneaton.

Things to do in Nuneaton

Nuneaton is a culture-lover’s dream. Whether you’re interested in local theatre, heritage sites, mechanical history, or art from throughout history, there is plenty to see and do. Filled with museums, galleries, theatres, and experiences all to take in when you visit Nuneaton.

Theatre lovers simply must pay a visit to the Abbey Theatre. Whether you’re from the local area and are looking for new ways to spend your evenings and weekends, or if you’re from further away and you’re making a list of things to do on a weekend away. The Abbey Theatre in Nuneaton has a whole host of dramatic and comedic performances to enjoy. This 250-seat auditorium stages everything from touring musicians and musicals to stand-up comedy and pantomimes. Combined with a pre-theatre dinner in a local restaurant, a visit to the Abbey Theatre is perfect for a Nuneaton date-night.

If you’re interested in art and literary culture, why not take a trip to the Nuneaton Museum & Art Gallery? The former home of Mary Ann Evans, known by her pen name George Eliot; Nuneaton Museum is now a hub of history, literature, arts, and culture in Warwickshire. The grand house is surrounded by beautiful grounds, with regularly updated exhibitions on local history, George Eliot’s life and work, and a range of artistic styles.

A unique feature of Nuneaton that you won’t find elsewhere is the home of the UK’s biggest motorcycle manufacturer, Triumph. The Triumph Factory Visitor Experience walks you through the history of the company, with fascinating displays on their motorcycle models, how they’re made with state-of-the-art technology, and their place in British culture. Stop off at the 1902 Café to finish off your experience for a bite to eat and a cup of coffee.

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