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Chorley Station Information

Arrivals, departures, timetables and accessibility.

Ticket Office:

Monday-Friday -
Saturday -
Sunday -

Address:
Chorley station, Chapel Street, Chorley, Lancashire, PR7 1BS

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Ticket Machine
Yes
Penalty Fares
Applicable Operators: Northern
Left Luggage
No
Left luggage contact
Lost property contact
Toilets
The National key toilet is operated by a RADAR key.
Baby change facilities
No
Cycle storage
No
Car Park
Station Car Park
Opening times:  Monday-Friday 24h
Saturday 24h
Sunday 24h
Spaces:  140
Off peak charges:  £2.50
Hourly charge:  N/A
Daily charge:  £3.00
Weekly charge:  N/A
Monthly charge:  N/A
3 monthly charge:  N/A
6 monthly charge:  N/A
Annual charge:  N/A
Operator:  Northern
Tel:  0800 200 6060
Email:  enquiries@northernrailway.co.uk
Website:  https://www.nationalrail.co.uk/
RingGo: 5705
Bus service
Bus interchange adjacent to station front. Busline 0871 200 2233
Detailed station information
Assisted Travel Team
0800 138 5560 text relay 18001 0800 138 5560
https://www.nationalrail.co.uk/
Monday-Sunday 24h
Help points
No
Staff help
Sunday Closed
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday -
Friday, Saturday -
Sunday -
Induction loop
Yes
Accessible ticket machines
Accepts Cash & Cards
Accessible booking office counter
Yes
Ramp for train access
Yes
Step free access
Whole station
Step free access note
Category A station, Scooter Friendly Station - Access via short ramp or steps from station front into ticket office and onto Preston platform. Level access via side gate onto Preston platform when ticket office closed. Level access from station front via ramped underpass and side street through entrance onto Manchester platform. A stepped subway also connects the two platforms.
Impaired mobility set down
No designated area is provided. The station front may be used for set down purposes.
Wheelchairs available
No

Chorley, in Lancashire, is served by this 2 platform Interchange station. Housing bus, coach and trains, the original train station was opened in 1841; however, the current station took over from the old, in the 1980s.

Many of the half a million annual passengers travel to Chorley to enjoy the unique artisan markets. Gorgeous cheeses, freshly baked breads and locally produced meats draw food enthusiasts from miles around and keeps them coming back.

How far is the walk from Chorley Station to Chorley town centre?

Taking Clifford Street, the walk to Chorley town centre takes around five minutes.

Does Chorley Station have car park facilities?

Chorley Station has 140 car parking spaces.

Are there secure bike storage facilities at Chorley Station?

No, there are no bike parking facilities at Chorley Station.

What facilities are available at Chorley Station?

  • Telephones - coins and card
  • Disabled Access - the whole station is step-free, and there are also ramps and induction loops available