|Location|| Bingham, Rushcliffe |
|Managed by||East Midlands Railway|
|Classification||DfT category F1|
Passenger statistics from the Office of Rail and Road
Bingham railway station serves the market town of Bingham,Nottinghamshire,England. The station is 8½ miles (14 km) east of Nottingham on the Nottingham-Skegness Line. The station is operated and served by East Midlands Railway.
Passenger services started on 15 July 1850.  It is located on the line first opened by the Ambergate,Nottingham,Boston and Eastern Junction Railway and taken over by the Great Northern Railway.  The buildings were designed by Thomas Chambers Hine. 
In 1851 the first station master,Thomas Hand,absconded with five days' takings from passengers travelling to the Nottingham Fair. 
Between 1879 and 1953,Bingham was also served by Bingham Road station on the Great Northern and London and North Western Joint Railway. It was used for London and North Western Railway services between Nottingham London Road and stations to Northampton.
From 7 January 1963 passenger steam trains between Grantham,Bottesford,Elton and Orston,Aslockton,Bingham,Radcliffe-on-Trent,Netherfield and Colwick,Nottingham London-road (High Level) and Nottingham (Victoria) were replaced by diesel multiple-unit trains. 
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There is generally an hourly service daily westbound to Nottingham and eastbound towards Grantham and Skegness.
|Preceding station||National Rail||Following station|
| East Midlands Railway |
|Radcliffe-on-Trent|| Great Northern Railway |
Nottingham to Grantham
Nottingham to Newark
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Coordinates: 52°57′15″N0°57′05″W / 52.95417°N 0.95139°W