Bootle New Strand located at Bootle L20 5HJ, UK

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Stuart Laws

3 Google Rating

A purely functional station to which some thought has given made towards improving the lot of passen

3/ 5

A purely functional station to which some thought has given made towards improving the lot of passengers without breaking the bank, in particular the provision of an air-conditioned shelter on the northbound platform (though alas not on the orher side where space is more limited). Bike racks on both platforms with access up fairly gentle ramps from the station entrance and ticket office. Foliage provides seasonal defence against westerly winds, but not in winter when most needed!! Would benefit from a complete refurbishment, especially a covering over the access ramps. No parking space nearby.

William Butler

3 Google Rating

It's better than a few years ago but its still a lot to be desired.

3/ 5

It's better than a few years ago but its still a lot to be desired.

J p b Dude collects

5 Google Rating

This place is awesome because of the Merseyrail Network being awesome. Race down the ramp or up it.

5/ 5

This place is awesome because of the Merseyrail Network being awesome. Race down the ramp or up it. It’s really fun.

David C

3 Google Rating

A busy station with a bus station and shopping centre close by. It has wheelchair access to both pla

3/ 5

A busy station with a bus station and shopping centre close by. It has wheelchair access to both platforms via ramps although someone pushing a wheelchair may find them a little steep. There are no lifts or escalators. A multi-storey car park is situated opposite the station. Platform seating is available although fairly limited. Shelters give some protection from inclement weather and are needed when the wind is blowing as the platforms are quite exposed.

David Vaughan

3 Google Rating

Train station near local shopping centre ( bootle strand ) No lifts, but has decent bike storage

3/ 5

Train station near local shopping centre ( bootle strand ) No lifts, but has decent bike storage

Calvin Liu

5 Google Rating

It was great

5/ 5

It was great

Lia Jones

4 Google Rating

Standard merseyrail station, limited seating and shelter (but is available). Can get somewhat busy a

4/ 5

Standard merseyrail station, limited seating and shelter (but is available). Can get somewhat busy at peak times but outside of that it is quite quiet. Location is convenient for local shops.

J p b Dude / JTV

5 Google Rating

This place is awesome because of the Merseyrail Network being awesome. Race down the ramp or up it.

5/ 5

This place is awesome because of the Merseyrail Network being awesome. Race down the ramp or up it. It’s really fun. Well, if your sensible, but young kids are gonna do that, just try not to get in the way of wheelchair users using slightly steep ramps.

Suzette Gorman

5 Google Rating

Love to shop there

5/ 5

Love to shop there

Kyra Burns-Inglis

2 Google Rating

Not much there anymore! 😔

2/ 5

Not much there anymore! 😔

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