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The Merseyside town of Southport is served by this large station. Opened in August 1851, the six-platformed station has undergone many redesigns to arrive at the modern, bustling transport hub that sees more than four million passengers every year coming through its doors.
Many of those passengers are tourists and holidaymakers wanting to experience the glorious sands of Southport and the Sefton dunes. Southport town is full of quaint charm, with numerous attractions, shops and culturally interesting highlights - you’ll always find something new to explore.
It takes around an hour and a half to travel by train from Southport to Liverpool Airport.
The walk from the station to Southport’s town centre takes around five minutes if you go via Chapel Street.
There is no car parking at Southport Station.
There are 96 kike storage facilities at Southport Station.
Inspired to find out more about Southport? We’ve put together the following guide outlining all the amazing places you can visit while you’re there.