Irwell Vale railway station

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Irwell Vale
Irwell Vale Railway Station.jpg
Irwell Vale railway station
Location
PlaceIrwell Vale
AreaLancashire
Coordinates53°40′37″N 2°18′58″W / 53.67689°N 2.31599°W / 53.67689; -2.31599Coordinates: 53°40′37″N 2°18′58″W / 53.67689°N 2.31599°W / 53.67689; -2.31599
Grid referenceSD792201
Operations
Managed byEast Lancashire Railway
Platforms1
History
Key datesOpened 1991
Stations on heritage railways in the United Kingdom
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Irwell Vale railway station is a station built as part of the East Lancashire Railway. It serves the small village of Irwell Vale in Lancashire.

History[edit]

Irwell Vale was built by the East Lancashire Railway in connection with the local authority.

Railway station information[edit]

The station has its own parking facilities. Next to it is a level crossing providing access to houses on the nearby Hardsough Road. The crossing features the original warning sign, listing a telephone number with an area code prior to the Phone Day introduction of the "01" prefix.

Access on foot is effected by a small subway.

Services[edit]

Preceding station Heritage Railways  Heritage railways Following station
Ramsbottom   East Lancashire Railway   Rawtenstall