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.
Taking Clifford Street, the walk to Chorley town centre takes around five minutes.
Chorley Station has 140 car parking spaces.
No, there are no bike parking facilities at Chorley Station.