|Type:||National Rail (West Coast Main Line)|
Located on the West Coast Main Line it is literally a few minutes journey from Birmingham New Street though also is well served by Virgin Trains, Arriva Trains Wales, Cross Country and London Midland with destinations including London, Manchester, North Wales and Bournemouth and local destinations across the West Midlands area.
Birmingham International used to be linked to the airport by the first public maglev train in service, developed by British Rail at Derby , in the world though it has now been replaced by cable hauled cars.
|LM 350 123 pauses with a Euston bound service|
|View down the platform|
|LM 323 205 with a local service|
 Chris Heaps, BR Diary 1968-1977 (Ian Allan, 1988) p. 97
 Colin J Marsden, Departmental Stock (Ian Allan, 1984) p. 36
 Colin J Marsden, 25 Years of Railway Research (OPC, 1989) p. 111