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Bedford Railway Station
Bedford railway station is the main railway station in the town of Bedford in Bedfordshire. It is located on the Midland Main Line from London St Pancras to the East Midlands. Bedford is a town located in Bedfordshire and has many different attractions such as the Bedford County Arts Centre that offers monthly shows and exhibits in the historic Anderson House which is a graceful 18th century building. Also, the Bison Corral that is located 2 miles west of Bedford County.
Bedford Railway Stationconsists of 2 waiting rooms, cafes, newsagents, bar and coffee bar as well as a post box, atm, ticket machine, toilets and a car park with 614 spaces available for public use, lost property and ticket collection.
: Bedford station is fully accessable for wheelchair users and has ramp access for trains. Also, there is a hearing loop for people with hearing impairments. Accessable car park equipment is available as well as assistance if needed.
Car Parking Charges:The car park consists of 702 car parking spaces including disabled bays.
Usually trains from St Pancras and Bedford Station are direct but times depend on whether you take a high speed train or a regular train, it can take anything between: 38 minutes and 1 hour and 5 minutes. First Capital Connect trains leave from St Pancras to Luton and Bedford every 15 - 20 minutes.
Train route from Bedford to St Pancras International:
Bedford is located 54.9 miles north of St Pancras, to travel by car it would produce 49.41 pounds of Carbon Dioxide but by train it would produce only 19.21 pounds of Carbon Dioxide.