Travel: Shrewsbury

Whether you are traveling from the North Wales, the Midlands, the South or the North Shrewsbury is easily accessible.


Wrexham & Shropshire operates services on this route:
Wrexham,- Ruabon- Chirk – Gobowen – Shrewsbury – Wellington - Telford Central – Cosford – Wolverhampton - Tame Bridge- Banbury - London Marylebone
Arriva Trains Wales operate on the following routes:
Manchester-Crewe-Shrewsbury-Ludlow-Hereford-Cardiff; most of these services continue into West Wales.
Birmingham - Wolverhampton - Shrewsbury - Wrexham - Chester.
Birmingham - Wolverhampton - Shrewsbury - Machynlleth - Aberystwyth; some of these services continue along, or provide connections to the Cambrian Coast, to Barmouth, Towyn, Porthmadog, and Pwllheli.
The Heart of Wales line - from Shrewsbury to Knighton, Llandrindod Wells, Llandeilo, Llanelli and Swansea. 120 miles, making up one of the most scenic rail lines in the country.
Cardiff-Hereford-Ludlow-Shrewsbury-Wrexham-Chester-North Wales Coast.

London Midland operates services on this route.
Shrewsbury - Wolverhampton - Birmingham; providing intermediate stops at stations in the east of the county.


Shrewsbury is at the end of the M54 motorway providing easy access from all major towns and cities within the UK.