Bescot Stadum (BSC)

Type: National Rail (Chase Line)
Station code: BSC
Opened: 1837
Platforms: 2
Bescot Stadium was originally known as Bescot Bridge and then Bescot when it was opened by the Grand Junction Railway in 1837. The current name dates from 1990 and the opening of the nearby stadium owned by Walsall FC.

Bescot Stadium is on the Chase or Walsall Line with most services between Birmingham New Street and Walsall though some also go on to Wolverhampton. The station is next to Bescot TMD and yard, indeed it is sandwiched between the depot and the M6 motorway.

Access to the station is via a footbridge that crosses over the river Tame and passes under the motorway.
Main view of the station

Ahead of the station showing part of the yard and the motorway

A Virgin Trains service passes through