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Worcester Shrub Hill railway station is one of two stations serving the city, the other being Foregate Street. It is managed by London Midland, and it is also served by Great Western Railway.
The first station at Shrub Hill was opened in 1850 being jointly owned by the Oxford, Worcester and Wolverhampton and Midland Railways; until 1852 it was used only as a terminus for the latter's services from Birmingham.
The present station building was designed by Edward Wilson and built in 1865. It is a Georgian-style building mainly of engineering brick with stone facings.

Worcester Shrub Hill - 15 Feb 2016

Worcester Shrub Hill - 15 Feb 2016

Worcester Shrub Hill - 15 Feb 2016

Worcester Shrub Hill - 15 Feb 2016

Worcester Shrub Hill - 15 Feb 2016

Worcester Shrub Hill - 15 Feb 2016

Worcester Shrub Hill - 15 Feb 2016

Worcester Shrub Hill - 15 Feb 2016

Worcester Shrub Hill - 15 Feb 2016

Worcester Shrub Hill - 15 Feb 2016

Worcester Shrub Hill - 15 Feb 2016

Worcester Shrub Hill - 15 Feb 2016

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