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Biggleswade Railway Station was originally constructed in 1850 for the Great Northern Railway. This made Biggleswade the first town in Bedfordshire to have a mainline railway station. The original station consisted of two lines but was rebuilt in 1901 to allow the present four-line arrangement to be constructed.

Biggleswade Railway Station is situated off of Station Road and offers a direct train into London King’s Cross as well as services to Peterborough, Hitchin, and other surrounding areas.

The station offers car and bicycle parking and features a waiting room, inside and outside benches, ticket machines, live departure boards and a ticket office. The ticket machines allow you to print pre-purchased tickets.

For further information about Biggleswade Station, please click here. If you wish to purchase a train ticket, please visit the Great Northern Rail website. 

Further information on the cost of car parking at Biggleswade Station can be found here.