Dallam Lane railway station

Dallam Lane railway station served the suburb of Dallam, Warrington, England from 1831 to 1837 on the Warrington and Newton Railway.

Dallam Lane
The site of the station in 2020
General information
LocationDallam, Warrington
Coordinates53°23′34″N 2°35′45″W / 53.392789°N 2.595964°W / 53.392789; -2.595964
Grid referenceSJ604886
Other information
Original companyWarrington and Newton Railway
Pre-groupingGrand Junction Railway
Key dates
25 July 1831 (1831-07-25)Opened
4 July 1837Closed to passengers
1960s (1960s)Closed completely

History edit

The station opened on 25 July 1831 by the Warrington and Newton Railway. It was situated south of Tanners Lane on the east side of Dallam Lane. A two-storey building was provided which housed the booking and railway offices. To the west of this was a railway yard, which contained a goods shed and several sidings to the east. When the Grand Junction Railway opened on 4 July 1837,[1] Warrington Bank Quay opened and Dallam Lane station closed to passengers on the same day. The site was used as a coal yard until the 1960s when it closed completely. The station building is now used as a public house.[2]

Preceding station   Disused railways   Following station
Winwick Quay
Line and station closed
  Warrington and Newton Railway   Terminus

References edit

  1. ^ Quick, M E (2002). Railway passenger stations in England, Scotland and Wales - a chronology. Richmond: Railway and Canal Historical Society. p. 441. OCLC 931112387.
  2. ^ "Disused Stations: Warrington Dallam Lane". Disused Stations. Retrieved 14 December 2017.