Tile Hill Station – Coventry

Tile Hill Station serves the suburb of Tile Hill in Coventry. The area consists of mostly postwar state housing north of Banner Lane and west of Tanyard Farm.

The station is a staffed part time service, meaning that during’staff help available opening times’ you can ask on-train staff for assistance onto your train.

Parking near Tile Hill Station

The station serves small villages in the local area providing a link to west midlands larger cities via a frequent service on the west coast mainline. London midland operate local stopping services to london euston, coventry, northampton, birmingham international and birmingham new street. Cross country and virgin trains do not stop here.

The level crossing where Station Road and Cromwell Lane meet is heavily used by local vehicular traffic as well as railway traffic both passing through the station and long distance inter-city services.

Historically this has been a busy station with substantial parking issues at the station and in and around the neighbouring roads. A new road bridge has been constructed over the railway, adjacent to the station, alleviating some of these problems. Parking near Tile Hill Station is now easier than ever before with JustPark. Our hassle-free mobile payment system means you can park quickly and securely and start your journey sooner. Try it today and see how much you can save.

Tile Hill Station

The station is situated on the west coast mainline and London Midland operate local stopping services to London Euston, Coventry, Northampton, Birmingham New Street, Bristol and Solihull. The station is popular with commuters who drive to the small villages located nearby and then take the train into the West Midlands large city centres.

The station has a car park for 83 cars but as demand rises TfWM is considering adding additional spaces. This could help to alleviate problems in nearby residential roads such as Duggins Lane, Cromwell Lane, Curriers Close and Nailcote Avenue. Parking on these streets is a common cause of complaints from residents who report seeing poorly parked vehicles blocking access for emergency vehicles.

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The station is served by two trains per hour each way between Birmingham New Street and London Euston via Northampton southbound, with some services split at Northampton. All services are operated by West Midlands Trains.

There is a small car park at the station which can be accessed from Duggins Lane, with a footbridge connecting to platforms. There is also a small shop and ticket office open Monday-Thursday 06:00-19:00, Friday 07:00-20:00, Saturday 08:00-19:00 and Sunday 08:30-14:00.

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