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"HADLOW ROAD" (Restored railway station) willaston north west england)

By razorraymac  
Hadlow road railway station was a station on the single track hooton to west kirby branch of the birkenhead railway, the station served the village of willaston.It may be presumed that it was named hadlow road to distinguish it from the pre existing cheshire station at the other cheshire village of willaston and so named, on the GWR/LNWR joint line between crewe and nantwich. it opened on the 1st october 1866 and closed to passenger service on the 17th september 1956

Tags: Trains Merseyside Railways Stations Willaston Landscape and travel North West England

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Briwooly 12 452 5 England
12 Nov 2012 7:36PM
Great composition and excellent processing


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Andrew_Hurley 12 71 73 United Kingdom
13 Nov 2012 1:47PM
Any picture of The Wirral (God's Country of course) gets my vote. I've walked the Wirral Way (A 12 mile walk from Hooton Train Station to West Kirby via Willaston and Neston) many times and have walked along this path. Very well processed and photographed. Top Marks!


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