St Albans Abbey Railway Station

St Albans Abbey railway station serves the city of St Albans, in Hertfordshire, England, being situated about 0.6 miles (1 km) south of the city centre in the St Stephen's area of the city. It is the terminus of the Abbey Line from Watford Junction, which is part of the London Midland franchise. It is one of two stations in St Albans, the other being the much larger and busier St Albans City station.

The unstaffed station consists of a single open-air platform and a car park. Improvement works were carried out at the station in 2008.

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