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Stevenage railway station serves the town of Stevenage in Hertfordshire, England. The station is 27 miles 45 chains north of London Kings Cross on the East Coast Main Line. Stevenage is managed and served by Great Northern. It is also served by Hull Trains and Virgin Trains East Coast.

Stevenage National Rail
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365537 heading north though Stevenage railway station on platform 3
Location
Place Stevenage
Local authority Borough of Stevenage
Grid reference TL234241
Operations
Station code SVG
Managed by Great Northern
Owned by Network Rail
Number of platforms 4
DfT category C1
Annual rail passenger usage*
2010/11 Increase 4.223 million
2011/12 Increase 4.272 million
2012/13 Increase 4.339 million
2013/14 Increase 4.449 million
2014/15 Increase 4.609 million
History
Key dates Opened 23 July 1973 (23 July 1973)
8 August 1850 Original station opened by GNR
22 July 1973 Station closed
23 July 1973 Relocated 73 chains(1.5km) south to present location and opened by BR
29 September 1973 Officially opened by Shirley Williams MP
National Rail – UK railway stations
170433 at Edinburgh Waverley.JPG UK Railways portal
Remains of old station

Stevenage railway station serves the town of Stevenage in Hertfordshire, England. The station is 27 miles 45 chains (44.4 km) north of London Kings Cross on the East Coast Main Line. Stevenage is managed and served by Great Northern. It is also served by Hull Trains and Virgin Trains East Coast.

The present station was opened on 26 July 1973 by Shirley Williams, then MP for Stevenage, replacing the previous station, which was 73 chains (1,500 m) to the north, and further away from the centre of the new town. The station was built by British Rail.