Stafford, a Brutalist style building similar to many other stations in along the West Coast Main Line, was built in this style in the early 1960s. Open and spacious, the station features a large and wide overbridge with its own waiting room at its midpoint giving good views of the tracks into the distance.
Five lengthy platforms are in operation, although there is one disused terminating platform which can be made use of, and therefore station is fully able to cope with productions of any size and scale.
The station also benefits from a recently revamped booking hall which makes for an airy entrance.
Applications for this location require the completion and submission of a specific Virgin Method Statement template, downloadable here.