Warrington Bank Quay

Warrington Bank Quay station
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Warrington Bank Quay Station

Warrington Bank Quay Train Station enjoys a relatively central position on the outskirts of Warrington’s central commercial district. Warrington, lying on the banks of the River Mersey, is located in Cheshire, just 20 miles away from Liverpool and 16 miles away from Manchester.

Originally built and opened in 1868, today Warrington Bank Quay Station runs on two levels, with the buildings on one level dating from the 1950s. The taxi rank and extended car park that we see today were only added in 2009, and although there is no first class lounge here, a newsagents can be found on site, along with stalls to purchase refreshments.

Services frequently run direct from Warrington Bank Quarry to Chester, Manchester, Liverpool, London and Crewe, making it a great location for commuters to most of the UK’s largest industrial cities.

Warrington’s main station can easily be located next to the large Unilever factory which is situated next door to the station. This unique landmark makes it particularly easy to locate the station. 

As well as the Unilever factory, other major landmarks and useful amenities close to the station include Warrington Hospital, which has an emergency department, the CCP car park which helps contain any overflow of station traffic that requires parking, and supermarkets and fast food outlets such as KFC, Aldi and Lidl.


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