South Shore railway station

South Shore railway station was originally the only intermediate station on the Blackpool and Lytham Railway, at South Shore in Lancashire, England, when it opened in 1863.[1]

South Shore / Lytham Road
LocationLytham Road, opposite Station Road, South Shore, Blackpool
Coordinates53°47′45″N 3°02′57″W / 53.7957°N 3.0493°W / 53.7957; -3.0493Coordinates: 53°47′45″N 3°02′57″W / 53.7957°N 3.0493°W / 53.7957; -3.0493
Other information
Original companyBlackpool and Lytham Railway
Pre-groupingLancashire and Yorkshire Railway / London and North Western Railway
Key dates
1863Opened as South Shore
1903Renamed Lytham Road
14 July 1916Closed

In 1903 it was renamed Lytham Road.[2] In that same year the express Marton Line from Kirkham was built with a new Waterloo Road railway station at its junction with the Lytham line. The new station was just 300 yards (300 m) north of Lytham Road station, whose days were then numbered, closing in 1916.


Maps showing
South Shore Station
Old OS Maps (estimated 1925 to 1945)
NPE Maps (1947)
Vision of Britain  
OS 1:2500 Map on MARIO (about 1892)
Other maps

53°47′45″N 3°02′57″W / 53.7957°N 3.0493°W / 53.7957; -3.0493

  1. ^ Branch Line News 1026, 16 September 2006, p.210/06, Branch Line Society, Epsom, accessed via Google cache 17 October 2007
  2. ^ Hartley, S. and Mitchell, L. (2005) "Lancashire Historic Town Survey—Blackpool" (PDF).[permanent dead link] (25.5 MiB), Lancashire County Council Environment Directorate, accessed 30 October 2007, p.23

Preceding station   Disused railways   Following station
Waterloo Road   Blackpool and Lytham Railway   Burlington Road Halt