Birmingham City Centre is served by three major railway stations; New Street, Moor Street and Snow Hill. Birmingham New Street is at the heart of the UK rail network and is the city's major railway hub with direct links to all other major cities in Great Britain. Birmingham Moor Street and Birmingham Snow Hill serve local destinations in Warwickshire, Worcestershire and the West Midlands and also have a link with London. Birmingham New Street is managed and operated by Network Rail, Birmingham Moor Street is managed and operated by Chiltern Railways and Birmingham Snow Hill is managed and operated by London Midland. These three stations form the Birmingham Stations station group, a notional common station for ticketing purposes.

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  • Birmingham City Centre is served by three major railway stations; New Street, Moor Street and Snow Hill. Birmingham New Street is at the heart of the UK rail network and is the city's major railway hub with direct links to all other major cities in Great Britain. Birmingham Moor Street and Birmingham Snow Hill serve local destinations in Warwickshire, Worcestershire and the West Midlands and also have a link with London. Birmingham New Street is managed and operated by Network Rail, Birmingham Moor Street is managed and operated by Chiltern Railways and Birmingham Snow Hill is managed and operated by London Midland. These three stations form the Birmingham Stations station group, a notional common station for ticketing purposes. There are two other railway stations in central Birmingham, namely Five Ways in the south west of the city centre with connections on the New Street to Redditch line, and Jewellery Quarter in the north west of the city centre with connections on the Snow Hill to Worcester line and the Midland Metro. Birmingham International railway station is not located in the city centre, but approximately 14 kilometres (8.7 mi) east by the airport and National Exhibition Centre. (en)
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  • Birmingham City Centre is served by three major railway stations; New Street, Moor Street and Snow Hill. Birmingham New Street is at the heart of the UK rail network and is the city's major railway hub with direct links to all other major cities in Great Britain. Birmingham Moor Street and Birmingham Snow Hill serve local destinations in Warwickshire, Worcestershire and the West Midlands and also have a link with London. Birmingham New Street is managed and operated by Network Rail, Birmingham Moor Street is managed and operated by Chiltern Railways and Birmingham Snow Hill is managed and operated by London Midland. These three stations form the Birmingham Stations station group, a notional common station for ticketing purposes. (en)
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  • Railway stations in Birmingham city centre (en)
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