Moor Street railway station, Birmingham
(1909-present)

place and railway station (from 1909)

Aged 110

Commemorated on 4 plaques

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Birmingham Moor Street station. This terminal station was opened in 1909 by the Great Western Railway. In 1987 it was closed by British Rail and replaced by a new through station immediately to the north on the re-opened line to Birmingham Snow Hill Station. The original building of 1909 was restored and brought back into use as a key part of the improved new station by The Birmingham Alliance and Chiltern Railways with the support of the Railway Heritage Trust. Re-opened 11th October 2003

Moor Street Station, Birmingham, United Kingdom where it sited

The Railway Heritage Trust Conservation Award presented to Chiltern Railways & The Birmingham Alliance for Birmingham Moor Street station by HRH The Duke of Gloucester KG GCVO 2004

Moor Street Station, Birmingham, United Kingdom where it sited

To Chiltern Railways and The Birmingham Alliance for the restoration and improvement of Moor Street station 2005 Renaissance Award Presented by HRH The Earl of Wessex KCVO 11th May 2006

Moor Street Station, Birmingham, United Kingdom where it sited

To Commemorate the Centenary of Moor Street station opened on the 1st July 1909 1909-2009

Moor Street Station, Birmingham, United Kingdom where it sited