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Public Transport
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Stoke on Trent
Blythe Bridge
Tutbury & Hatton
*Note: Peartree is limited stop, approx two trains per day. Check timetable before traveling.
Peartree Station gates are kept locked. Access to platforms is gained via an intercom connected to control room.

During the winter months the gate opening mechanism is prone to freezing up. Allow extra time for your journey.

Tutbury and Hatton Train Station was officially opened on 3 April 1989.

The station is located close to the site of the original Tutbury Station which was closed in the 1960’s.

Read more about the re-opening of Tutbury & Hatton Railway Station in 1989

Picture, left, shows platform 1 - for Derby bound trains.
Now, the station train operator, East Midlands Trains, provides residents with an hourly service to Crewe, Stoke on Trent and Derby.

Office of Rail Regulator figures indicate that around 37,000 passengers use Tutbury & Hatton each year.
Tutbury and Hatton Station is equipped with Passenger Information System.
Recent additions include cycle pins to enable passengers to secure their cycles.
The Derby to Crewe line is promoted by North Staffordshire Community Rail Partnership. For more details contact:

Mike Willmot -
Tel: 01743 - 588654