Formerly known as Pond Street, Sheffield Station, with its impressive stone facade, was built in 1870 when Sheffield was at the height of its industrial importance as a producer of steel. It has seen several redesigns and additions over the years, the last one being to open the Sheffield Tap, a bar situated on platform 1B, and serving a wide selection of international beers, earning itself the National Railway Heritage Award and the Cask Ale Pub of the Year award.
Step outside the station and within minutes you’re in the heart of the city, with attractions, shops and places to eat.
Manchester Airport is the nearest airport to Sheffield Station, and a regular service runs between the two, taking approximately 1.15 minutes to cover the 45 miles.
Going via Pond Street, Sheffield city centre is a gentle 11-minute stroll away.
Sheffield Station has 678 car parking spaces, including blue badge spaces, and is open 24 hours from Monday to Sunday.
Yes, there are 400 spaces which are located at the station entrance. The cycle hub is open 24 hours and is covered by CCTV.
If you’re visiting Sheffield, we’ve put together a helpful guide outlining all the amazing places you can visit while you’re there.