|Location||Southport, Metropolitan Borough of Sefton|
|Original company||Manchester and Southport Railway|
|Pre-grouping||Manchester and Southport Railway|
|9 April 1855||Opened|
|1 April 1857||Closed|
It opened on 9 April 1855 as the East Lancashire Railway's terminus for the Manchester and Southport Railway, a line that it operated with the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. The station closed on 1 April 1857, with all services transferred to the adjacent Southport Chapel Street, though the station buildings remained in use as a 'repairing shed' (according to the 1894 Ordnance Survey). An expansion of Chapel Street in 1914 swallowed the site completely, though its name was preserved with platforms 12 and 13 dubbed the "London Street Excursion Platforms". When Chapel Street was rebuilt in the early 1970s, the excursion platforms were filled in to make space for a car park.
- Gahan, John W. (1985). Seaport to Seaside. Countyvise Limited. pp. 91–93. ISBN 0-907768-07-5., and Avon Anglia Publications, ISBN 0-905466-73-X.
- Gell, Rob (1986). An Illustrated Survey of Railway Stations Between Southport & Liverpool 1848-1986. Heyday Publishing Company. ISBN 0-947562-04-4.
|Preceding station||Disused railways||Following station|
|Bescar Lane||East Lancashire Railway
Manchester and Southport Railway