Green Park Station was originally Queen Square Station, built in the 1860s, and in operation as a working station until the 1960s. By the 1950s, holidaymakers were flocking to Green Park Station in order to escape to the coast.
Changes to British Rail led to services being slowly wound down, and the doors were finally closed on 7 March 1966 as the last train from Bristol pulled in. The derelict site was restored as retail and market space in the 1980s and has provided a space to support local businesses and events ever since. A full display of the Station’s remarkable 100 year history can be found in the Station foyer.
The Ethical Property Company took over managing Green Park Station in November 2008 including the South Vaults Offices that currently provide a home to a variety of innovative and progressive local organisations working for social change in Bath and across the UK. For information about office space click here.
Green Park markets host a hand-picked and creative collection of traders, making it easy for you to enjoy a one-of-a-kind shopping experience. There's never been a better time to visit some of the most popular monthly markets in the South West, and an array of independent shops, cafes and restaurants, all under one roof.