- New Brighton railway station
New Brighton A Merseyrail Class 508 EMU at New Brighton Location Place New Brighton Local authority Wirral Operations Station code NBN Managed by Merseyrail Number of platforms 2 Live arrivals/departures and station information
from National Rail Enquiries
Annual rail passenger usage 2004/05 * 0.344 million 2005/06 * 0.351 million 2006/07 * 0.359 million 2007/08 * 0.373 million 2008/09 * 1.046 million Passenger Transport Executive PTE Merseytravel Zone B1 History 1888 Opened 1938 Electrified National Rail - UK railway stations A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z * Annual passenger usage based on sales of tickets in stated financial year(s) which end or originate at New Brighton from Office of Rail Regulation statistics. Please note: methodology may vary year on year.
New Brighton railway station is situated in New Brighton, Wirral, England. It is situated at the end of the New Brighton branch of the Wirral Line 13 km (8¼ miles) west of Liverpool Lime Street on the Merseyrail network.
The station was built as the terminus of the Wirral Railway's route from Birkenhead Park station, opening in 1888. Through services via the Mersey Railway Tunnel to Liverpool commenced in 1938, when the London Midland and Scottish Railway electrified the line.
Current service levels are every 15 minutes to Liverpool during Monday to Saturday daytime, and every 30 minutes at other times.
- Train times and station information for New Brighton railway station from National Rail
- Station information from Merseyrail
Preceding station National Rail Following station Terminus Merseyrail
Wallasey Grove Road Merseyrail Wirral Line Stations New Brighton Branch: West Kirby Branch: Northern Branch: Liverpool Loop: Southern Branch: Chester Branch: Ellesmere Port Branch: Railway stations in Merseyside Knowsley Liverpool
(city centre stations in italics)
Aigburth · Bank Hall · Broad Green · Brunswick · Cressington · Edge Hill · Fazakerley · Hunts Cross · James Street · Kirkdale · Liverpool Central · Liverpool Lime Street · Liverpool South Parkway · Moorfields · Mossley Hill · Orrell Park · Rice Lane · St Michaels · Sandhills · Walton · Wavertree Technology Park · West Allerton
Sefton St Helens Wirral
Bebington · Bidston · Birkenhead Central · Birkenhead North · Birkenhead Park · Bromborough · Bromborough Rake · Conway Park · Eastham Rake · Green Lane · Hamilton Square · Heswall · Hoylake · Leasowe · Manor Road · Meols · Moreton · New Brighton · Port Sunlight · Rock Ferry · Spital · Upton · Wallasey Grove Road · Wallasey Village · West Kirby
Outside Merseyside, but
within the Merseytravel area
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