Collingham is well served by public transport with regular trains and buses.
Collingham Community Transport Scheme
This service is available to patients registered with Collingham Medical Centre - for more information refer to Collingham & District Village Care
The line opened on the 4th August 1846 as a 33 mile extension to the Derby to Nottingham route. George Stephenson surveyed the area and avoided engineering difficulties simply by following the route of the River Trent.
- National Rail
- The Train Line
- East Midlands Railway (Current franchise)
- 175 years of the Castle Line
Castle Line Stakeholder Board
The reports which can be found below have been kindly produced by Keith who attends these meetings and will benefit people by keeping them up-to-date with developments on the Castle Line which will bring major benefits to Collingham over the next five years.