Wallasey Grove Road located at Groveland Rd, Wallasey CH45 8JX, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0151 555 1111

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Stuart Laws

3 Google Rating

Original station architecture, though large road overbridge which bisects the station is somewhat op

3/ 5

Original station architecture, though large road overbridge which bisects the station is somewhat oppressive. Together with the surrounding trees, this mean that most of the station is in heavy shade for the majority of the day and one wouldnʼt be entirely surprised to see the ghosts of commuters past staggering through the gloom. Access via footbridge only for trains from Liverpool city centre, but there is a large free car park (which due to the absence of parking facilities both at Wallasey Village and New Beighton is heavily used).

Eliot Collins

3 Google Rating

A small, two platform station with trains to New Brighton or Liverpool Central. There is manned tick

3/ 5

A small, two platform station with trains to New Brighton or Liverpool Central. There is manned ticket office but seemingly no disabled accessible way between the platforms, only the walkover which has steps. There are carefully maintained flowerbeds around the station, and the station won best newcomer in the Cheshire's Best Station competition.

Johnny Groats

4 Google Rating

It's a good enough station for the likes of them. You know who I'm talking about.

4/ 5

It's a good enough station for the likes of them. You know who I'm talking about.

Mike Cole

3 Google Rating

Normal merseyrail station, toilet had been closed for some time

3/ 5

Normal merseyrail station, toilet had been closed for some time

alperen ozanci

5 Google Rating

10 SENE İÇİNDE 3KERE KALDIGIM YERDİ, KULLANDIGIM METRO GAYET TEMİZ, TRENLER ÇOK BÜYÜK AKSİL

5/ 5

10 SENE İÇİNDE 3KERE KALDIGIM YERDİ, KULLANDIGIM METRO GAYET TEMİZ, TRENLER ÇOK BÜYÜK AKSİLİK ÇIKMADIGI SÜRECE ZAMANINDA HAREKET EDİYORLAR

David Williams

4 Google Rating

A nice local railway station very convenient for Wallasey Village and the promenade.

4/ 5

A nice local railway station very convenient for Wallasey Village and the promenade.

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