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Nottingham Station Information

Arrivals, departures, timetables and accessibility.

Ticket Office:

Monday-Friday -
Saturday -
Sunday -

Address:
Nottingham station, Carrington Street, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG2 3AQ

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Ticket Machine
Yes
Left Luggage
No
Left luggage contact
Lost Property
Yes
Lost property contact
Toilets
The toilets are located on the Southern Concourse, Platform 1/3 and Platform 5/6. The National key toilets are located on the Southern Concourse, Platform 1/3 and Platform 5/6; these toilets are operated by a radar key.
Baby change facilities
Yes
Cycle storage
Spaces:  140
Shelter:  Yes
CTV:  Yes
Location:  Cycle hub located on ground floor of multi-storey car park on Queens Road.

Additional stands in secure compound adjacent to Platform 1 on Station Road.
Additional information:  Cycle hub open 24 hours.  Changing facilities and toilet available.  Cycle repairs available at Russell's Bicycle Shed.  
Storage type:  Compound
Car Park
Station Car Park
Opening times:  Monday-Friday 24h
Saturday 24h
Sunday 24h
Spaces:  512
Off peak charges:  £5.00
Hourly charge:  N/A
Daily charge:  £9.50
Weekly charge:  £36.00
Monthly charge:  £120.00
3 monthly charge:  £330.00
6 monthly charge:  N/A
Annual charge:  £1140.00
Website:  https://www.nationalrail.co.uk/
There is a a multi-storey car park on Queens Road.  There are no disabled spaces available on level 0 or level 1, however there are lifts available to and from all levels.  A ramp is also available from the road on to platform 6.  The car park is free for up to 20 minutes and the tickets don't have to be validated for this amount of time.
Bus service
Information to plan your onward journey is available in a printable format here
Metro service
'Nottingham Express Transit' the cities tram network serves Nottingham rail station. For route and times information: www.thetram.net Nottingham PLUSBUS tickets are accepted for travel on the NET tram system.
Station alerts
Please note that some station facilities listed on this page may be unavailable or subject to adjustment due to the coronavirus pandemic. The latest information is available here: https://www.eastmidlandsrailway.co.uk/covid-19

The ticket office at Nottingham will have reduced opening hours due to the coronavirus pandemic:

Monday to Saturday 06:00 - 20:00

Sunday: 07:15 - 20:00
Detailed station information
Assisted Travel Team
Help points
Yes
Staff help
Monday-Sunday 24h
Monday-Friday 24h
Saturday 24h
Sunday 24h
Induction loop
Yes
Accessible ticket machines
Yes
Accessible booking office counter
Yes
Ramp for train access
Yes
Accessible taxis
Taxi number displayed on useful information poster at station.
Accessible public telephones
none
National key toilets
The National key toilets are located on the Southern Concourse, Platform 1/3 & Platform 5/6; these toilets are operated by a radar key.
Step free access
Whole station
Step free access note
This is a category A access station. There are lifts available to all platforms and there is level and ramp access to the concourse and ticket office/machines.

This station has tactile paving at the edge of each platform. 
Ticket gates
Yes
Impaired mobility set down
Yes
Wheelchairs available
Yes

Nottingham station, opened in 1839, once stood outside the city, but as more people moved into the area, and the city grew, the station was soon engulfed, and now this Grade II Listed building sits at the heart of the town. Overlooking the canal and in close proximity to the Castle, the Baroque Revival architecture of the exterior is impressively stylish and imposing.

In July 1939, the station suffered a targetted bombing by the Irish Republican Army, under their Sabotage Plan, or S-Plan, focused on destroying the UK’s infrastructure. Several other stations were also attacked, including Birmingham and Coventry, which later went on to suffer even more damage in World War II.

The station as you see it today is the result of a large redevelopment programme in 2010 that was designed to restore some original segments, whilst improving the passenger experience by adding an extra platform, more shops, and making the second grand entrance a traffic-free zone, providing a safe route to all the attractions of Nottingham.

How far is Nottingham Station from East Midlands Airport?

Regular trains run between Nottingham Station and East Midlands Airport, taking approximately 15 minutes to reach Long Eaten, where you transfer to the airport’s Skylink service.

How far is the walk from Nottingham Station to Nottingham city centre?

Going via Maid Marian Way, it’ll take under 5 minutes to reach the heart of the city.

Does Nottingham Station have car park facilities?

Yes, there is a Station Car Park with 512 spaces open 24 hours from Monday to Sunday, including blue badge spaces.

Are there secure bike storage facilities at Nottingham Station?

Yes, there are 94 spaces available and can be found alongside the station entrance inside a secure cycle compound.

What facilities are available at Nottingham Station?

  • Toilets, including baby changing facilities
  • Station Buffet
  • Shops
  • ATM
  • Telephones
  • Disabled Access - step-free access throughout, ramps, induction loops, and wheelchairs are available
  • First Class Lounge

What popular destinations are available from Nottingham Station?

  • Nottingham Station to Leeds
  • Nottingham Station to Accrington
  • Nottingham Station to Macclesfield
  • Nottingham Station to Edinburgh
  • Nottingham Station to Bridlington
  • Nottingham Station to Preston (Lancs)

Coming to Nottingham? We’ve created the following guide telling you about all amazing attractions you can see or do while you’re there.