Seaforth & Litherland is located at Bootle, Liverpool L21 3TE, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Seaforth & Litherland and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Tom Freeland

3 Google Rating

Honestly, if you are using a manual wheelchair and are on your own good luck. It is not disablity fr

3/ 5

Honestly, if you are using a manual wheelchair and are on your own good luck. It is not disablity friendly. But why would Merseytravel care? seeing as when they where improving stations, they clearly didn't consider Seaforth & Litherland being worthy enough.

Stuart Laws

3 Google Rating

Quite a long ramp up to the platforms, so you might arrive at the ticket office slightly out of brea

3/ 5

Quite a long ramp up to the platforms, so you might arrive at the ticket office slightly out of breath, but OK for electric wheelchairs. Large covered waiting area, which can get a bit crowded as the station platform is quite exposed and can be chilly even in the height of summer if a wind is blowing off the sea (which it frequently does). Bike rack on platforms and free car park on the opposite side of the road to the station entrance (to the Mersey side of the line).

David C

3 Google Rating

This station is on the northern line between Southport and Hunts Cross. There is a long ramp from th

3/ 5

This station is on the northern line between Southport and Hunts Cross. There is a long ramp from the entrance to the platform which may present difficulties for people with mobility problems. There is a covered seating area and departures boards. The ticket office is near the platform. No toilets are available. A secure cycle rack is available.

jgrailvids

4 Google Rating

This train station is on the merseyrail northern line with direct trains to southport, Crosby, Liver

4/ 5

This train station is on the merseyrail northern line with direct trains to southport, Crosby, Liverpool City Centre, Liverpool South Parkway (for John Lennon airport) and hunts cross There is a large ramp for entering the station which could be a difficulty for disabled or wheelchairs, there is a toilet available on the platform, live departure boards on each platform and the ticket office which is open at curtain times only is at the entrance of the platform

客家女

2 Google Rating

I used to work not far from Seaforth Road train station. The area was not really nice at the time a

2/ 5

I used to work not far from Seaforth Road train station. The area was not really nice at the time as we used to get a lot of eggs thrown at the shop window. It wasn't until we got to know the residents then it stopped. I would say the area is quite rough.

Kian Palmer

4 Google Rating

This station offers what it states on the tin, but there could still be more waiting shelters.

4/ 5

This station offers what it states on the tin, but there could still be more waiting shelters.

Calvin Liu

5 Google Rating

Because i like to see some trains

5/ 5

Because i like to see some trains

Lia Jones

4 Google Rating

Standard merseyrail station. Very limited shelter at one end of the platform & nothing at the other

4/ 5

Standard merseyrail station. Very limited shelter at one end of the platform & nothing at the other end. Could do with additional seating & bins. Trains are regular although commonly running a few minutes late. Location is decent if you want access to the Liverpool & Leeds canal (about 10 minute walk to it)

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