Walton is located at Liverpool L9 3DG, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Walton and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Stuart Laws

4 Google Rating

Typical suburban station, with original brick ticket office and cast iron foodbridge (quite strikin

4/ 5

Typical suburban station, with original brick ticket office and cast iron foodbridge (quite striking painted in Merseyrail Yellow and Grey). VERY small car park so donʼt count on getting a space on weekdays unless you arrive insanely early, though you may get lucky. Wheelchair access to southbound platform by ramp but footbridge only for northbound service. Not an unpleasant spot to wait for a train in fine weather, though there are covered waiting shelters on both platforms.

J p b Dude Collects AVGCP

5 Google Rating

A nice station and the old building is great. Worth it.

5/ 5

A nice station and the old building is great. Worth it.

Kelly Ann Tyrer

5 Google Rating

The staff are very friendly at this station and are always trying to give good service to people buy

5/ 5

The staff are very friendly at this station and are always trying to give good service to people buying tickets here.

Maxwell Spaine

5 Google Rating

Not bad.

5/ 5

Not bad.

David C

3 Google Rating

A quiet station on the Northern Line with trains to Liverpool Central and Ormskirk. There is a staff

3/ 5

A quiet station on the Northern Line with trains to Liverpool Central and Ormskirk. There is a staffed ticket office and parking space next to the platform for 10 cars including one for a blue badge vehicle. The station is set back from Hornby Road by about 100 metres along a narrow lane. Although the platform for Liverpool trains can be accessed without encountering steps (via the car park) it is necessary to use a footbridge for Ormskirk trains. There is limited cover to escape any rain or high winds. A secure cycle area is available near the ticket office. There is no toilet available at this station.

Steve Johns

5 Google Rating

Best station on the network. Although I am biased. 😜

5/ 5

Best station on the network. Although I am biased. 😜

Calvin Liu

5 Google Rating

Good to see some trains

5/ 5

Good to see some trains

HUTA HUTAJG

5 Google Rating

It's train station normal area for this specification. Here is ticket office Rain roof car park bike

5/ 5

It's train station normal area for this specification. Here is ticket office Rain roof car park bikecycle park protection

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