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Nottingham Train Station Contact Number
0870 280 4081
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Nottingham Train Station Phone Numbers:
|Nottingham Train Station Customer Services||0870 280 4081|
|Nottingham Train Station Complaints||0345 748 4950|
|Call Nottingham Train Station From Abroad||+44 345 748 4950|
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Nottingham Train Station is the main train station in the city of Nottingham, England. Nottingham Train Station has seven platforms and is served by the CrossCountry, East Midlands, and Northern train companies as well as the local Nottingham Express Transit trams. Nottingham Train Station was recently renovated in 2013 to allow for direct access from the car park to the station via a covered walkway. A ticket office and ticket machines are available for collecting tickets; smartcard validators are also onsite. A coffee shop is located inside Nottingham Train Station for refreshments, and WiFi is available throughout the station. Pay phones, trolleys, an ATM machine, and a First Class lounge are all available. New cycle racks were recently added in 2015.
Customers may wish to call the Nottingham Train Station ticket office if they have questions about routes or discounts or to book a ticket or inquire about refunds. In particular, travelers with disabilities or others who need special assistance when traveling should call Nottingham Train Station customer service at least 24 hours prior to the start of their journey so that the appropriate help (such as wheelchair ramps, assistance with connections, etc.) can be arranged. Customers should contact the Nottingham Train Station ticket office if they encounter any problems with their tickets, for example, if the ticket machines are not working.