List of Railway Stations in Merseyside

List Of Railway Stations In Merseyside

This is a list of railway stations within the county of Merseyside, a metropolitan county in northwest England which is based around the city of Liverpool and includes the metropolitan boroughs of Liverpool, Knowsley, Sefton, St Helens and Wirral. It includes all railway stations in Merseyside that currently have regular timetabled train services.

Merseyrail is the name of the commuter rail network and train operating company which provides the majority of local rail services on Merseyside. The Merseyside Passenger Transport Executive, branded Merseytravel, coordinates public transport in Merseyside. In respect of rail services, it is responsible for awarding the Merseyrail franchise to private operators, and for setting zonal boundaries for season ticket fares. Other regional rail services in the metropolitan county are run by operators such as Northern Rail; Merseytravel also sponsors these services, and the Merseyrail branding is used at the stations which they serve.

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