Hadlow Road Station

Hadlow Road Station – the railway museum with no trains

In the 1800s, Birkenhead Railways operated a branch line between Hooton and West Kirby. The line closed to passenger trains in 1956. Freight traffic continued until 1962 when the line closed completely.
Now the Wirral Way footpath follow the old line through Wirral Country Park.
The Grade II listed Hadlow Road Station at Willaston was preserved as a small museum.
Join me as we take a look at how a small railway station would have been in the 1950’s.

Useful Information

Location CH64 2UQ
Nearest Bus Stop Station Museum
Nearest Railway Station Hooton
Nearest Car Parking Beside the museum at CH64 2UQ
Opening Times Most days throughout the year
WC Yes when the museum is open
Food & Refreshments Yes, the Station Masters House cafe is at the museum – open most days
Notes Please check opening times on their website if making a special trip to visit.
Official Website Link Friends of Hadlow Road Station

Station Masters House Cafe