MOVEMENT opened to the public on 2nd October 2010, following four and a half years of development; research into artist-led projects, fund-raising, and project-managing renovations. With a peppercorn lease secured from our dual landlords Network Rail and what was then Central Trains (followed by London Midland and West Midlands Railway) .MOVEMENT was renovated from its former use, a redundant toilet, empty for over twenty years and used as a storeroom by station staff into an exciting artist led gallery. Fronting directly onto the station platform, and built onto of a viaduct above street level.
The station opened on the 17th May 1860. Worcester Foregate Street is in the City Center and is served by two train operating companies: West Midlands Railway (who manage the station) and Great Western. Regular Services via Worcester Foregate Street Station include: To Birmingham via two different routes, either direct to Birmingham New Street (via Bromsgrove), or via Kidderminster to Birmingham Snow Hill. To London Paddington via the Cotswold Line and Oxford . To Malvern Link and Great Malvern, and on to Hereford. To Bristol Temple Meads via Gloucester and Cheltenham. To Southampton Central and to Brighton. Please see national rail enquiries for details of timetable to and from the station.