Swindon Station

2010 - 2011

2012 - 2013

2013 - 2014

2014 - 2015

2015 - 2016

2016 -2017

Passenger Entries and Exits

3,039,228

3,220,180

3,350,444

3,503,982

3,580,540

3,679,242

Interchange Passengers

224,606

283,143

242,080

247,024

Swindon SWI  SN1 1DQ

Swindon is a borough and has a population of 209,156 which is a third of the total Wiltshire County population. A “railway town”, the station opening in 1842, it was home to the Great Western Works, now the STEAM museum and Outlet shopping. Operated by FGW, their offices and Network Rail are located outside the station

The electrification of the main line to London will provide slightly faster times for London commuters, who pay a high ticket price for their proximity to London. There are now 4 platforms with platform 2 being at an end of the island platforms 1 and 3. Trains from this platform 2 go on the Kemble Stroud line and to Westbury via Melksham.

Platform 4 is closest to the concourse and serves west bound trains. A footbridge from the island platform accesses businesses located to the north of the station and the dome of the Oasis Leisure Centre can be seen beyond. A short walk from the station is the Outlet shopping centre accessed via a tunnel under the line.

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The bus station is one street south of the station exit.

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