Radcliffe Station

Welcome to Radcliffe on Trent, a village on the outskirts of Nottingham.


Set on the River Trent there is a small but bustling main street with a variety of shops and eateries just a short stroll from the station. The village carnival and fete is held every July and is well worth a visit to see the impressive float parade. There are some lovely local walks and impressive gardens to sit and relax.

Station information

Radcliffe on Trent station is the third station on the Poacher Line and consists of 2 platforms. The station is unmanned and there is step free access to Platform 1 via Station Approach, Platform 2 is accessed over the road bridge and via a stepped ramp. There is no car park the station but you are permitted to park on the approach road.

Station facilities:

  • Waiting shelter
  • Help point
  • Bike storage


Onward travel information can be found at traveline.info


We have a very active and varied calendar of events here on the Poacher Line.

Get Involved

There are many ways to get involved from adopting your local station to schools and community groups producing wonderful artwork for our stations. Take a look at some of the work we have been doing and get inspired to get involved.


There are so many things to do and explore along our line. Here you will find details of great Days Out, beautiful walks and cycle routes; and details of the amazing places you can Stay and Eat. Where will you be going today?