(West Coast Main Line)
There have been some changes to the station since then though the basic structure is the same with the main station building straddling the tracks which are in a cutting. Due to vandalism the original doors and windows on the platform shelters were removed and the shelters are now open fronted though have a rather jazzy paint job. The line through Lea Hall was electrified in the mid-1960s.
The usual service is two trains per hour in each direction by West Midlands Railway and London Northwestern Railway. Some Southbound trains go on through to London Euston.
|LNWR 350 107 departs heading for Birmingham|
|WMR 323 232 arrives|
|Platform shelter, originally it has a front to it|
|Station building above the tracks|
|A Virgin Trains service passes through|
|TfW 158 834 passes through|
 Vic Mitchell & Keith Smith, Rugby to Birmingham (Middleton Press, 2008) Fig. 102