Runcorn station
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Runcorn Station

Located in the Cheshire town of Runcorn, Runcorn train station serves a local population of more than 61,000 people. Direct routes are available here from Runcorn to as far away as London, which can be accessed in under 2 hours by train, as well as to more local destinations like Liverpool and Crewe.

Runcorn station opened on 1st April 1869 and since then has grown, now facilitating a couple of small shops and stalls where passengers can buy snacks and light refreshments.

Tickets can be purchased at this station from the on site ticket vending machines, as well as from the station’s fully staffed ticket office, which is open 7 days a week, between 05:45 - 19:30 Monday to Friday, 06:30 - 19:30 Saturday and 08:45 - 19:30 Sunday.

Situated just minutes away from the south bank of the River Mersey, Runcorn station is easily accessed by car along the A557. A taxi rank is situated directly outside the station's entrance, bus stops are just a few minutes walk away and bicycle storage is available for up to 16 bicycles. 

Customers also benefit from the neighboring multi-storey car park which can accommodate up to 451 vehicles, with 11 spaces available for blue badge holders. This fee paying car park charges a daily rate of £12 per car, monthly rate of £132, or an annual rate of £1,200.

Nearby amenities include the Co-operative supermarket on Balfour Street and a drive through Costa Coffee and BP garage just off the A557. 

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