A disused railway station on Wirral that hasn’t changed since 1956 is 150 years old today

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A disused railway on Wirral that hasn’t changed since 1956 is 150 years old today.

Friends of Hadlow Road Station will hold a commemorative event at the station this Saturday.

Hadlow Road railway station was a station on the single track Hooton to West Kirby branch of the Birkenhead Railway which was opened on 1st October 1866.

Hadlow Road railway station closed to passengers on 17 September 1956.

The track continued to be used for freight transportation and driver training for another six years.

It finally closed on 7 May 1962, the tracks were the lifted two years later.

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