Stonehouse train station is a 4-minute walk from the town centre’s High Street, where you can also catch buses to local areas.
It’s a 10-minute walk from the pathway alongside the Stroudwater Navigation, and a 17-minute walk from the Coltswold Way National Trail.
There are trains to Cheltenham Spa approximately once an hour, while services to London Paddington and Swindon (Wilts) run periodically throughout the day.
Stonehouse is a station in Gloucestershire operated by Great Western Railway. This station has ticket machines and ticket-on-departure is available. There aren't any toilets. All platforms are step free accessible. The station is staffed part time. There is a car park with 25 spaces available at this station. There are 6 spaces to lock up your bike as well. If you're looking for information about onward travel, there's a downloadable PDF available here. There is a staffed ticket office and it is open at the following times - Monday - Friday: 06:10 - 10:45, Saturday: 07:10 - 10:40, Sunday: Unavailable.
High speed trains servicing this station are unable to set down or pick up wheelchair passengers. The units which operate every other hour can assist with wheelchairs. Please contact the helpline for further information. The units terminate at Swindon and HST's are through services to London Paddington we will arrange alternative transport from Stonehouse to Swindon for the HST's.
Access to Platform 1 Exit through the car park and walk towards the main road via Burdett Road, turn right on Bath Road (High Street), continue on the road and turn right at Stonehouse Town Hall onto Queen's Road, continue forward under the rail bridge, turn right on to Upper Queen's Road, access the station through the gate on your right for access to platform. Access to Platform 2 Exit the station through gate, turn left on to Upper Queen's Road, turn left on to Queen's Road and continue under the rail bridge, turn left next to the Town Hall on to Bath Road, continue on road and turn left on to Burdett Road, enter through the car park to access the station. Please note: High Speed Trains servicing this station are unable to set down or pick up wheelchair passengers, however the smaller trains which operate can. Please contact the helpline on 0800 197 1329 for further information.
Customer Help Points
Accessible Ticket Machines
Accessible Booking Office Counter
Ramp for Train Access
National Key Toilets
Impaired Mobility Pick-up Points
High speed trains servicing this station are unable to set down or pick up wheelchair passengers. The units which operate every other hour can assist with wheelchairs. Please contact the helpline for further information.