New Longton and Hutton railway station

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53°43′35″N 2°44′50″W / 53.7265°N 2.7472°W / 53.7265; -2.7472

Hutton and Howick was a railway station on the West Lancashire Railway in England. It was over a mile from each of the villages of Hutton and Howick Cross.

The coming of the railway attracted a settlement around the station which grew into the village of New Longton. The station was subsequently renamed New Longton and Hutton.

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Preceding station Disused railways Following station
Longton Bridge
towards Southport
  West Lancashire Railway   Penwortham Cop Lane
towards Preston

Coordinates: 53°43′35″N 2°44′50″W / 53.7265°N 2.7472°W / 53.7265; -2.7472