This suburban train station serves the Tonge Moor and Astley Bridge areas of Bolton. It takes its name from nearby Hall i’ th’ Wood, the house where Samuel Crompton invented the Spinning Mule.
Hall i’ th’ Wood Train Station is on the Ribble Valley Line and has two platforms. Train services from this station include Clitheroe to Manchester Victoria (via Blackburn and Bolton).
The station has limited facilities, just a couple of basic shelters and no ticket office or machine. It does have a free car park though. The entrance is on Crompton Way, adjacent to the Crompton Health Centre (postcode BL1 8UP).
Attractions in the area include Hall i’ th’ Wood, now a museum, and Firwood Fold.
- The Valley - Leisure park with cinema, several restaurants, and a health club.
- Cineworld Bolton - Cinema at The Valley leisure park in Astley Bridge, Bolton.
- Firwood Fold - Conservation area and birthplace of Samuel Crompton.
- Hall i’ th’ Wood - Historic house where Samuel Crompton invented the Spinning Mule.
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Hall i’ th’ Wood Train Station