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Historically the main entrance to the station was on Stephenson Street, just off New Street.
Today the station has entrances on Stephenson Street, Smallbrook Queensway, Hill Street and Navigation Street.
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However, its use by the Midland Railway was limited by the fact that those trains going between Derby and Bristol would have to reverse, so many trains bypassed New Street and ran through Camp Hill.
A number of buildings, mostly along Dudley Street were demolished to make room for it, including a number of cottages, some business premises and a small church.
It consisted of a trainshed with a glass and steel roof comprising two trussed arches, 58 ft (18 m) wide by 620 ft (189 m) long, and 67 ft 6 in (21 m) wide by 600 ft (183 m) long.
It held this title for 14 years until St Pancras station opened in 1868.
It was originally intended to have three spans, supported by columns, however it was soon realised that the supporting columns would severely restrict the workings of the railway.
It includes a new concourse, a new exterior facade, and a new entrance on Stephenson Street.