Visiting Stonehouse

Train Station

Stonehouse Station is located on Burdett Road and is operated by Great Western Railway.

Platform 1
Offering direct services between Cheltenham and London Paddington, with a travel time to London Paddington of around 1 hour 40 minutes.

Platform 2
Offering direct services to Gloucester and Cheltenham.


Timetables are available online and paper copies are available from the Town Hall, High Street.

The station has a ticket office, located on the Gloucester-bound platform 2; is normally only open at the following times:

Day Opening Hours
Weekdays 06:10 – 10:45
Saturday 07:10 – 10:40
Sunday Closed

There is a ticket machine in the absence of the office being open. Tickets can also be purchased online at Trainline.

There is a small pay and display car park offering around 25 spaces at £2.40 per day.

Stonehouse also has a free car park off of the High Street which is accessible via a footpath running parallel with the track on the Platform 2 side.

We encourage people not to park in residential streets around the station. There are also bike stands.

Further details
Further details about the station can be found on the National Rail Enquiries website here

Live departures
You can also access the live departures board here.

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.

Due to a short platform and hi speed 8 coach trains, to alight at Platform 2 at Stonehouse from London, please ensure you are in the front 2 coaches. To alight from Cheltenham/Gloucester at Platform 1 at Stonehouse please ensure you are in the rear 2 coaches. Announcements will be made on the train before you are scheduled to alight at the platform.