Blundellsands & Crosby is located at Crosby, Liverpool L23 8SE, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Blundellsands & Crosby and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Joseph Williams

4 Google Rating

Best area of merseyside. Beaches, stations, buses, shops, restaurants and schools

4/ 5

Best area of merseyside. Beaches, stations, buses, shops, restaurants and schools

tim dibsin

5 Google Rating

fantastic place karen left me and took the kids so i only see them on sundays so i take them there a

5/ 5

fantastic place karen left me and took the kids so i only see them on sundays so i take them there and they like it infact im proud of my little son who has already written his first thomas the tank fanfiction

Nicola Southwood

5 Google Rating

A quaint station with a small kiosk for your newspapers, mags and snacking needs. Ample space and se

5/ 5

A quaint station with a small kiosk for your newspapers, mags and snacking needs. Ample space and seating outside, and inside seating for shelter from the elements. Plenty of message boards about and they always keep you well updated about train times and issues on the line.

Patricia Simpson

5 Google Rating

Easy accessible by bus. Lift down to trains if needed very helpful staff in office and now having a

5/ 5

Easy accessible by bus. Lift down to trains if needed very helpful staff in office and now having a shop to buy light bites, drinks etc. Wheelchair users has full help from the train guard getting you safely on board and is ready to assist when you reach your destination, were would we be without them!!

J p b Dude Collects AVGCP

5 Google Rating

I'm liking the view of a familiar street to me from the station. I've not got off at this station bu

5/ 5

I'm liking the view of a familiar street to me from the station. I've not got off at this station but I've looked at it and it's seeming to be interesting. EDIT: as of the 4th August 2018, I’ve went to this little busy station, its great

Calvin Liu

5 Google Rating

Brilliant

5/ 5

Brilliant

Sam Annette

2 Google Rating

my son ran into the tracks and the train didnt stop

2/ 5

my son ran into the tracks and the train didnt stop

Анила Новикова

1 Google Rating

No working wc

1/ 5

No working wc

Peter Madley

5 Google Rating

It's a ceaselessly changing spectacle - always interesting whatever the state of the tide or weather

5/ 5

It's a ceaselessly changing spectacle - always interesting whatever the state of the tide or weather.

N S

5 Google Rating

A quaint station with a small kiosk for your newspapers, mags and snacking needs. Ample space and se

5/ 5

A quaint station with a small kiosk for your newspapers, mags and snacking needs. Ample space and seating outside, and inside seating for shelter from the elements. Plenty of message boards about and they always keep you well updated about train times and issues on the line.

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