The station had no goods facilities though did have a signal box , this has now gone. A brick booking office has been retained though platform shelters are now of the corrugated iron type.
The station became a park & ride station in the 1970s with the addition of an adjacent car park with space for forty-five cars (now fifty-one). The line through Wylde Green was electrified in 1993. The station is served by West Midlands Trains.
|323 210 (in London Midland days) stops at the station|
|View down the platforms|
 Vic Mitchell, North of Birmingham (Middleton Press, 2014) Fig. 96