[Source: Terry Callaghan]
A closer view of the building looking south with the access from the waiting room to the platform.
Photo by J L Smith

Looking north from the trackbed at the now semi-derelict building in 1975 within 12 months the building would have a new owner and the restoration and conversion into a family home would begin.
Photo by Alan Bissett

Taken from the same angle as the previous picture with the restoration now well progressed the roof has been re-tiled and a small extension to the building on the southern gable wall has been completed.
Photo by Michael Westley reproduced under Creative Commons Licence from Geograph

A view of the rear of the building looking towards Rubery the large windows would have formed the internal verranda from which passengers emereged from the waiting room onto the platform.
Photo by Terry Callaghan

A close up of the remains of the typical Midland Railway platform edging stones which have been retained and make a pleasing feature in the garden.
Photo by Terry Callaghan

Many of the station original features remain and this single chimney stack and pot shows the detail in which even small village stations were constructed at the time.
Photo by Terry Callaghan

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[Source: Terry Callaghan]

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