Wavertree Technology Park railway station is in the suburbs of Liverpool in the north west of England. The station, and all services calling there, are operated by Northern Rail. The station opened on 13 August 2000, at a cost of £2 million. [1 ]
The lines through the station have had
overhead electrification installed, which began use from 5 March 2015, as part of the electrification of [2 ] George Stephenson's Liverpool and Manchester Railway line, upon which the station is situated, and the branch off the line to Wigan. The station is also situated at the western end of Olive Mount cutting, and has the distinction of being the newest station on the oldest timetabled passenger railway line in the world.
Services [ edit ]
There are 5 trains per hour in each direction and all services are operated by
Eastbound [ edit ]
1tph to Manchester Victoria
Broad Green, Roby, Huyton, Whiston, Rainhill, Lea Green, St. Helens Junction, Earlestown, Newton-le-Willows, Patricroft, Eccles and Manchester Victoria
1tph to Warrington Bank Quay
Broad Green, Roby, Huyton, Whiston, Rainhill, Lea Green, St. Helens Junction, Earlestown and Warrington Bank Quay
1tph to Manchester Airport
St. Helens Junction, Newton-le-Willows, Manchester Oxford Road, Manchester Piccadilly and Manchester Airport
2tph to Wigan North Western
Broad Green, Roby, Huyton, Prescot, Eccleston Park, Thatto Heath, St Helens Central, Garswood, Bryn and Wigan North Western
Westbound [ edit ]
5tph to Liverpool Lime Street
4 calling at
Edge Hill and ; Liverpool Lime Street 1 calling at
only. Liverpool Lime Street
Gallery [ edit ]
The station during the evening.
A Northern Rail
Class 156 waits at the station.
Platform information and signage.
References [ edit ]
External links [ edit ]
Coordinates: 53°24′22″N 2°55′26″W / 53.406°N 2.924°W