Wallasey Village located at Wallasey CH45 8QR, UK

Rate us and Write a Review

Your Rating for this listing

angry
crying
sleeping
smily
cool
Browse

Your review is recommended to be at least 140 characters long


Note: Data fetched from Google is temporarily stored and can change on latest API request every month.

Google Images

Note: These Images are displaying via Google Maps Api, If you see any Copyright violation on our website please contact us ASAP. Attributions: Ian Barnett James Lackman Marcin Bronisz Steve Bainbridge Jack Gorry
Wallasey Village liverpool
Wallasey Village liverpool
Wallasey Village liverpool
Wallasey Village liverpool
Wallasey Village liverpool
Wallasey Village liverpool
Wallasey Village liverpool
Wallasey Village liverpool
Wallasey Village liverpool

Google Review

Note: these reviews will not count in overall rating.

Stuart Laws

3 Google Rating

Fairly steep stairs up to both platforms from road at south end of station so no wheelchair access.

3/ 5

Fairly steep stairs up to both platforms from road at south end of station so no wheelchair access. Quite exposed and not the best place to wait for a train in cold or wet weather, though coniferous hedging which runs the length of the station may offer some protection from the wind and at least adds a dash of green all year round. Fully enclosed waiting rooms rather than partially open shelters, though on one of two visits these were found to locked and the ticket office shut.

Ian Barnett

4 Google Rating

It's a railway station, it does what it says on the tin. One issue is if you're traveling to New Bri

4/ 5

It's a railway station, it does what it says on the tin. One issue is if you're traveling to New Brighton you have to walk up the stairs on the Liverpool bound side to get a ticket then back down to street level then back up the other side to catch your train. If you've got a pram or wheelchair you're best going to Wallasey Grove Road Station.

J p b Dude / Marble M

4 Google Rating

Relatively small station with no wheelchair access

4/ 5

Relatively small station with no wheelchair access

Darren Mitchell

4 Google Rating

Great transport links but not much happening

4/ 5

Great transport links but not much happening

Adam Johnson

5 Google Rating

5/ 5

Calvin Liu

5 Google Rating

To looking at the trains.

5/ 5

To looking at the trains.

Biggest mistake Very sad

2 Google Rating

i am crippled I HAD TO CRAWL UP THE STAIRS THEN SOME KIDS STOOD ON ME

2/ 5

i am crippled I HAD TO CRAWL UP THE STAIRS THEN SOME KIDS STOOD ON ME

Your request has been submitted successfully.

Just Visits Top Stories
  • Things to do in Newcastle
  • In Roman times, Newcastle – then called Pons Aelius – was a fort on Hadrian’s Wall, and during the Saxon period, it was known as Monk Chester on account of its many religious houses. The city owes its present name to William the Conqueror who, like Hadrian before him, recognized its strategic importance.

  • Things to do in Glasgow
  • Glasgow is known for its cultural heritage and the friendliness of its people. A vibrant city boasting a long-standing reputation for its live music scene, Glasgow is a former winner of the prestigious title of European City of Culture.

  • Things to do in Edinburgh
  • Edinburgh is Scotland’s compact, hilly capital. It has a medieval Old Town and elegant Georgian New Town with gardens and neoclassical buildings. Looming over the city is Edinburgh Castle, home to Scotland’s crown jewels and the Stone of Destiny, used in the coronation of Scottish rulers.

  • Things to do in Liverpool
  • Things to do in Manchester
building Own or work here? Claim Now! Claim Now!