Despite having to wait a month before Ilkeston’s station opens, National Rail have begun issuing ‘today’ journey passes. I was the first to get my hands on such a ticket in 50 years.
News digest and updates about Ilkeston's railway station
The Ilkeston railway station construction is now complete. The most recent videos show the station platforms and car parks as the finishing touches are added.
Ilkeston’s railway timetables and routes are available from Network Rail’s electronic National Rail Timetable (eNRT) which is a long-term plan covering the national rail network.
Ilkeston railway station is due to begin operating Sunday April 2nd 2017, with an official opening in summer 2017.
The Ilkeston railway platform, car park and footbridge for the forthcoming stopping service is making strides towards its goal of an Autumn 2016 opening. The Aecom designed station will have two car parks − a main car park with 90 spaces on the east side of the tracks and another on the west-side for disabled drivers, motorcycles and […]
Activity has resumed full time at the Ilkeston station site. Video footage shows what Derbyshire County Council have referred to as “Phase 2” of the developments…
The second phase of the Ilkeston station development began today (April 4th) as the main works got underway with the arrival of the Galliford Try engineers on site…
Last night’s Ilkeston & North Community Forum (28th January) at Gladstone Lodge began with a presentation by Derbyshire County Council about Ilkeston Station…
Finally it seems like real progress is happening at the Ilkeston railway station building site. Presumably, this is the preliminary work of preparing the ground.
Today work began at the Ilkeston railway station site with engineers setting up cabins and marking the ground to denote pipes and cabling beneath the surface. While there “isn’t much to see”, there is most definitely activity. If you’re interested to know what the spray paint markings on the ground denote, this BBC article might […]