Droitwich Spa (DTW)

Droitwich Spa is at the junction of the two lines between Birmingham and Worcester from Birmingham New Street and Birmingham Snow Hill.

Type: National Rail
(Worcester-Birmingham Line)
Station code: DTW
Opened: 1852
Platforms: 2
The station was opened as Droitwich in 1852 by the Oxford, Worcester & Wolverhampton Railway. It was later taken over by the Great Western Railway. It was renamed Droitwich Spa following a rebuilding in 1899. The station was linked to the Midland Railway's line between Birmingham and Gloucester via a branch line.

While Birmingham Snow Hill was closed between 1967 and 1995 services via Kidderminster went to Birmingham New Street instead. Droitwich Spa is managed by West Midlands Trains who operate all services to the station.
170 635 arrives at Droitwich Spa, in London Midland days

Close up of the semaphores on the end of the platform, the signalbox can be seen in the distance

Station sign

View down the platform towards Birmingham

Looking towards Worcester, a footbridge allows transfer between the platforms
The signalbox viewed from the Droitwich canal