Chesterfield (CHD)

Chesterfield is a stop on the Midland Main Line in between Derby and Sheffield as well as a stop on the Leeds-Nottingham Line.

Type: National Rail
(Midland Main Line)
Station code: CHD
Opened: 1840
Platforms: 3
The first Chesterfield station was opened by the North Midland Railway in 1840 on their line from Derby to Leeds. This station was replaced a new station to the South in 1870 by the Midland Railway. Two other stations were built in Chesterfield in the late 1800s including one by the Great Central Railway but these were closed in the 1950s and 1960s.

The station was demolished and rebuilt in 1963 though the current station mostly dates from a further rebuilt in the late 1990s.

Chesterfield has 3 platforms, platform 3 on one of the two slow goods lines is bidirectional and is mainly used in peak hours. The other platforms have fine canopies. Chesterfield is served by East Midlands Trains, Cross Country and Northern. Access between the platforms is via a subway.
Northern 158 853 arrives with a Nottingham bound service

Cross Country 222 006 departs on a Northern bound service

Platform canopies

The New Measurement Train passes on the slow goods line

Main station building