Shildon railway station is on the Stockton and Darlington Railway in North East England and serves the town of Shildon in County Durham, England, built by Timothy Hackworth.
The station is on the Tees Valley Line and is operated by Northern, which provides all passenger train services. The station is on the Bishop Line, north west of Darlington.
The station is unstaffed and all tickets must be purchased on the train or prior to travel. Step-free access is available to both platforms via ramps, which were added in 2003 when the station was rebuilt.
The grade II listed manual signal box here controls the immediate station area (including the siding connections into the museum), along with the single track section through Shildon tunnel to the west and terminus at Bishop Auckland.
This station is part of the Bishop Line CRP which can be found at https://www.bishopline.org