Here are listed the 19 National Rail stations in current use in the county.
|Station||Place||2009/10 usage||2010/11 usage||Managed by||Co-ordinates||Line||Distance from Shrewsbury||Platforms||Request stop?||DFT station category|
|Albrighton railway station||Albrighton||77240||79232||London Midland||52°38′16″N 2°16′06″W / 52.63778°N 2.2683°W / 52.63778; -2.2683 (Albrighton)||Shrewsbury-Wolverhampton||35 km (21¾ miles)||2||No||F2|
|Broome railway station||Broome / Aston on Clun||1622||1642||Arriva Trains Wales||52°25′23″N 2°53′06″W / 52.423°N 2.885°W / 52.423; -2.885 (Broome)||Heart of Wales||36.5 km (22¾ miles)||1||Yes||F2|
|Bucknell railway station||Bucknell||3798||4288||Arriva Trains Wales||52°21′26″N 2°56′53″W / 52.3573°N 2.948°W / 52.3573; -2.948 (Bucknell)||Heart of Wales||45.5 km (28¼ miles)||1||Yes||F2|
|Church Stretton railway station||Church Stretton||117812||118990||Arriva Trains Wales||52°32′13″N 2°48′11″W / 52.537°N 2.803°W / 52.537; -2.803 (Church Stretton)||Welsh Marches||20.5 km (12¾ miles)||2||No||F1|
|Cosford railway station||Cosford (alight for DCAE Cosford & Air Museum)||84988||85072||London Midland||52°38′41″N 2°18′00″W / 52.6448°N 2.3°W / 52.6448; -2.3 (Cosford)||Shrewsbury-Wolverhampton||32.5 km (20¼ miles)||2||No||F2|
|Craven Arms railway station||Craven Arms||95908||98512||Arriva Trains Wales||52°26′31″N 2°50′13″W / 52.442°N 2.837°W / 52.442; -2.837 (Craven Arms)||Welsh Marches (junction with Heart of Wales)||32 km (20 mi)||2||No||F1|
|Gobowen railway station||Gobowen (bus service to Oswestry)||193032||205442||Arriva Trains Wales||52°53′37″N 3°02′14″W / 52.8935°N 3.0371°W / 52.8935; -3.0371 (Gobowen)||Shrewsbury-Chester||28.5 km (17¾ miles)||2||No||E|
|Hopton Heath railway station1||Hopton Heath||680||1074||Arriva Trains Wales||52°23′29″N 2°54′43″W / 52.3915°N 2.912°W / 52.3915; -2.912 (Hopton Heath)||Heart of Wales||41 km (25½ miles)||1||Yes||F2|
|Knighton railway station||Knighton2||23338||25076||Arriva Trains Wales||52°20′42″N 3°02′31″W / 52.345°N 3.042°W / 52.345; -3.042 (Knighton)||Heart of Wales||52.5 km (32½ miles)||2||No||F1|
|Ludlow railway station||Ludlow||270682||288058||Arriva Trains Wales||52°22′16″N 2°42′58″W / 52.371°N 2.716°W / 52.371; -2.716 (Ludlow)||Welsh Marches||44 km (27½ miles)||2||No||E|
|Oakengates railway station||Oakengates||37682||41152||London Midland||52°41′35″N 2°27′00″W / 52.693°N 2.450°W / 52.693; -2.450 (Oakengates)||Shrewsbury-Wolverhampton||21.5 km (13½ miles)||2||No||F2|
|Prees railway station||near Prees||8362||8614||Arriva Trains Wales||52°53′57″N 2°41′22″W / 52.8992°N 2.6895°W / 52.8992; -2.6895 (Prees)||Welsh Marches||22.5 km (14.0 mi)||2||Yes||F2|
|Shifnal railway station||Shifnal||100716||104222||London Midland||52°39′58″N 2°22′19″W / 52.666°N 2.372°W / 52.666; -2.372 (Shifnal)||Shrewsbury-Wolverhampton||28 km (17¼ miles)||2||No||F2|
|Shrewsbury railway station||Shrewsbury||1630474||1676850||Arriva Trains Wales||52°42′43″N 2°45′00″W / 52.712°N 2.75°W / 52.712; -2.75 (Shrewsbury)||Junction of several lines||n/a||5||No||C1|
|Telford Central railway station||Telford Town Centre||972162||991916||London Midland||52°40′52″N 2°26′28″W / 52.681°N 2.441°W / 52.681; -2.441 (Telford Central)||Shrewsbury-Wolverhampton||23 km (14¼ miles)||2||No||C2|
|Wellington (Shropshire) railway station||Wellington||533368||543040||London Midland||52°42′05″N 2°31′01″W / 52.7015°N 2.517°W / 52.7015; -2.517 (Wellington)||Shrewsbury-Wolverhampton||16 km (9.9 mi)||3||No||E|
|Wem railway station||Wem||103370||105010||Arriva Trains Wales||52°51′22″N 2°43′08″W / 52.856°N 2.719°W / 52.856; -2.719 (Wem)||Welsh Marches||17 km (10¾ miles)||2||No||F1|
|Whitchurch (Shropshire) railway station||Whitchurch||97122||103946||Arriva Trains Wales||52°58′05″N 2°40′18″W / 52.968°N 2.6716°W / 52.968; -2.6716 (Whitchurch)||Welsh Marches||30 km (18¾ miles)||2||No||F1|
|Yorton railway station||Yorton / Clive||8166||8636||Arriva Trains Wales||52°48′32″N 2°44′10″W / 52.809°N 2.736°W / 52.809; -2.736 (Yorton)||Welsh Marches||11.5 km (7¼ miles)||2||Yes||F2|
1 Sometimes written as "Hoptonheath".
2 Although the town of Knighton is in Powys, Wales, the railway station is in Shropshire, England.
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