Hundred End railway station

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53°41′32″N 2°52′56″W / 53.6922°N 2.8823°W / 53.6922; -2.8823

Hundred End railway station was on the West Lancashire Railway in England. It served the small community of Hundred End, so called because this was where the Leyland Hundred and West Derby Hundred met. It opened in 1878 and closed in 1964

Hundred End Lane running from Marsh Road to Hundred End Station lies partly in Banks and partly in Hesketh Bank.

Preceding station Disused railways Following station
towards Southport
  West Lancashire Railway   Hesketh Bank
towards Preston

Coordinates: 53°41′32″N 2°52′56″W / 53.6922°N 2.8823°W / 53.6922; -2.8823

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