|Type:||National Rail (West Coast Main Line)|
There was a further rebuild in 1862 and exactly 100 years later the current station was built with its rather pleasing Brutalist architecture. There are 5 platforms though they are numbered up to 6, platform 2 no longer exists being a bay platform next to the station building (now used as a siding).
A Royal Mail platform still exists next to platform 6. Stafford is a busy station with regular Virgin Trains, London Midland and Cross Country services as well as freight.
|Two Class 90s bring a freightliner train through the station|
|A convoy of Class 66s pass the pain station building|
|A Virgin Trains Pendolino approaches|
|A Class 70 passes a London Midland Class 350|
|A Class 325 at the former Royal Mail platform|
|Gatwick Express 387 223 heads through on a test run|