(North Staffordshire Line)
Blythe Bridge used to have a station building with a canopy  but this has long been demolished. The former goods yard has gone as well though the goods shed still exists and is used by a builders' merchants. The only structures on the platforms now are bus shelters and bike racks.
Access between the two platforms is via the road (and level crossing) at the Stoke end of the station. Blythe Bridge is near to the heritage Foxfield Railway, the Southern terminus of which is Blythe Bridge Caverswall Road which is about half a mile away.
|East Midland Trains 156 497 departs heading for Crewe, main station building used to be on the left|
|Looking toward the level crossing (which is up)|
|Former goods yard the other side of the platform|
|Former goods shed, a waiting room was also here built into the side of the shed|
|An EMT Class 156 approaches from Derby|
 Vic Mitchell & Keith Smith, Derby to Stoke-on-Trent (Middleton Press, 2016) p. 56
 Ibid p. 52