Warrington Bank Quay is one of two train stations in Warrington town centre. It is located at the south-western corner of the town centre, close to the Unilever factory, Parr Hall, and the Warrington Museum and Art Gallery.
The station is on the West Coast Main Line. Services include trains from Glasgow Central to London Euston, and Edinburgh to London Euston.
Regional train services include Warrington Bank Quay to Liverpool Lime Street (via St Helens Junction) and Llandudno to Manchester Piccadilly (via Chester and Runcorn East).
The station has reasonable facilities including a ticket office and machines, shop, café, waiting rooms, and toilets. There’s a tax rank and drop-off zone right outside the station.
There are two car parks, one next to the station on Parker Street and another, a little further away on Slutchers Lane. Fees apply on both. To reach Warrington Bank Quay Train Station using a satellite navigation system, enter the postcode WA1 1LW.
The other train station in the town is Warrington Central.
At the time of writing (December 2014), the Centrelink bus operates on a circular route around the town centre, calling at Warrington Bus Interchange, the Halliwell Jones Stadium, Warrington Central, Centre Park, Warrington Bank Quay, and Warrington Town Hall. Services run every 20 minutes Monday to Friday and the fare is just 20 pence.
Map showing location of Warrington Bank Quay Train Station.
Warrington Bank Quay Train Station
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