Wigan North Western

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Wigan North Western Railway Station - History - Key Dates
... 3 September 1832 The Wigan Junction Railway opened between the Liverpool and Manchester Railway at Parkside Junction (in Newton-le-Willows) and Wigan ... The original station in Wigan was located close to Chapel Lane, and three trains per day were provided, connecting with the Liverpool and Manchester trains at. 31 October 1838 The North Union Railway opened between Wigan and Preston and connected with the line from Parkside ...
High Speed 2 - Route - Proposed Service Pattern
... Stafford and Runcorn (1tph), Warrington Bank Quay (1tph) Preston One Warrington Bank Quay, Wigan North Western Glasgow Central One Warrington Bank Quay, Wigan North Western, Preston Phase 2 Start ...
Huyton Railway Station - Routes
... Whiston, Rainhill, Lea Green, St Helens Junction, Earlestown and Warrington Bank Quay 2tph to Wigan North Western calling at Prescot, Eccleston Park, Thatto Heath, St Helens Central, Garswood, Bryn and Wigan. 1tph to Blackpool North calling at St Helens Central, Wigan North Western, Euxton Balshaw Lane, Leyland, Preston and Blackpool North 5tph to Liverpool Lime Street calling at Roby (4tph ...

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