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Friday, September 17, 2010

Bath Spa Railway Station

Bath Spa Railway Station is Bath's main train station. A Grade II listed building, Bath Spa was built in 1840 for the Great Western Railway by Isambard Kingdom Brunel.

Bath Spa has regular inter-city First Great Western services to London Paddington via Swindon & Reading, limited services to London Waterloo via Salisbury and Basingstoke with South West Trains and First Great Western trains to Bristol Temple Meads Station.

There are also trains to Portsmouth Harbour and Gloucester, Westbury and Weymouth.

A weekday morning CrossCountry train to Edinburgh via Bristol, Birmingham, Sheffield and Newcastle departs from Bath.

Oldfield Park is Bath's only other station now in use with some services to Bristol.

Bath Spa is close to Bath's main bus station near the SouthGate shopping centre and provides excellent access with ramps leading up to both platforms.

The station concourse has an ATM, wifi access, shops and a tourist information centre on platform 1.

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