Birmingham Moor Street Station. This terminal station was opened in 1909 by the Great Western Railway. In 1987 it was closed by British Rail and replaced by a new through station immediately to the north on the re-opened line to Birmingham Snow Hill Station.
The original building of 1909 was restored and brought back into use as a key part of the improved new station by The Birmingham Alliance and Chiltern Railways with the support of the Railway Heritage Trust. Re-opened 11th October 2003
Birmingham Moor Street is one of three main railway stations in the city centre of Birmingham, England, along with Birmingham New Street and Birmingham Snow Hill.Moor Street has become more important in recent years, as it is now the terminus of many Chiltern Railways services from London Marylebone, as well as being an important stop for local services on the Snow Hill Lines. It is now the second busiest railway station in Birmingham.