Trains to Chesterfield


Travel to and from Chesterfield

It takes around an hour and fifteen minutes to get to from Derby to London, with two services an hour Monday to Saturday.

There’s WiFi available on all of our trains to London. Get online from as little as £4 in Standard Class and First Class passengers can get online for free. 

For trips around the Midlands, you can get to Derby in a super-speedy 17 minutes or to Nottingham in just 38 minutes. 

If you’re looking to explore Chesterfield, grab a Plusbus ticket when you buy your train ticket for unlimited bus travel around the town. 

View our complete timetable for trains to Chesterfield and connecting routes

Chesterfield station 

The station offers:

  • ticket office and waiting room
  • café, newsagents and cash machines  

The ticket office can be found in the station through the main entrance and is open:

Monday to Friday: 05:15 – 19:00
Saturday: 06:15 – 18:00
Sunday: 08:30 –21:00

Chesterfield station’s main entrance has a drop-off point, taxi rank and short stay car park just outside. The long stay car park and bus stop are a only a short walk away. 


The entire station is fully accessible for wheelchair users, with a lift to platform 2. Staff are also available to help 24 hours a day.

Grab a sweet deal on tickets

There are no hidden fees or credit card charges when you book directly with us on our website.

Save pennies and grab our cheaper Advance tickets up to three weeks before your journey. We’ll also give you an exclusive £1 off our lowest Advance fares – meaning you save £2 on every return trip.

Looking to book for a group? We’ve got special discounts for team travellers, perfect if you’re planning a break with pals.  

Things to do in Chesterfield

The historic market town of Chesterfield offers the perfect backdrop for a leisurely day out. Spot the Crooked Spire, wander round Chesterfield Museum and Art Gallery and discover more about the Middle Ages. 

Located on the doorstep of Derbyshire, there are plenty of things to do, including:

  • taking a tour around the magical Hardwick Hall and see where Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Part 2) was filmed 
  • explore the beautiful Creswell Crags 
  • stop and smell the roses in Renishaw Gardens 
  • satisfy your inner shopaholic and jump on a connecting service to Meadowhall - you’ll be there in just 30 minutes

Want more things to do in Chesterfield? See Visit Chesterfield for a full selection of listings.