Bath Spa is a railway station in the British city of Bath. It was opened in 1840 by the Great Western Railway, located on the major route Great Western Main Line and is served by trains of the companies First Great Western and South West Trains today. In the business year 2004/05 took 3,726,000 passengers the station. Designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel station building is built in an asymmetrical Tudor with curved gables and is under preservation. It is on the north bank of the River Avon; the route has been designed so that it crosses at both ends of the flow station. The station underpass leads directly to a (former toll) pedestrian bridge over the river over to the district Widcombe. About 800 meters to the northwest, the Green Park station was located on the route of the Midland Railway. It was opened in 1869 and closed 1966th Since then, all trains on Bath Spa.