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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.
Biggleswade Railway Station Transport Hub
We are excited to introduce the upcoming transport hub at Biggleswade Railway Station, a development that holds great promise for enhancing connectivity and convenience for both residents and visitors alike. Designed to seamlessly connect bus and rail services, this state-of-the-art hub is set to become a vital transportation hub in the region.
The benefits of the transport hub extend beyond the immediate vicinity of Biggleswade. By facilitating seamless connections between bus and rail services, the hub opens up new possibilities for travellers from the surrounding villages. Whether you’re commuting to work, exploring the beautiful countryside, or planning a day trip, the transport hub will provide you with the flexibility and convenience you need to make your journey smooth and hassle-free. We are also pleased to announce that toilet facilities are available at the station.
The development of the Biggleswade Railway Station Transport Hub represents a significant investment in the local community and a commitment to improving transportation infrastructure. This hub will play a vital role in supporting sustainable transportation options, reducing congestion, and promoting environmental stewardship.
We are looking forward to welcoming passengers to this innovative facility. There is plenty of seating with the added benefits of the roof top greenery and lovely flower beds.
For more information from Central Bedfordshire Council on the Biggleswade Transport Interchange click here.