Waiting Shelter

Liverpool Bound Train

West Kirby-bound platform

West Kirby-bound platform


Proposed by 1936, the station was opened on 15 May 1940 by the London Midland and Scottish Railway, following their 1938 electrification of the former Wirral Railway's route from Birkenhead to West Kirby and the start of through trains to Liverpool. Current services are every 15 minutes (Monday to Saturday daytime) to West Kirby and Liverpool. At other times, trains operate every 30 minutes. These services are all provided by Merseyrail's fleet of Class 507 and Class 508 EMUs.


Manor Road station has restricted access. Ticket office is step free and the Liverpool bound platform has full accessibility. However access to West Kirby platform is via a stepped footbridge. The station is staffed, during all opening hours, and has platform CCTV. Each of the two platforms has a seated waiting shelter. There is a payphone, booking office and live departure and arrival screens, for passenger information. The station doesn't have a car park, but does have a secure cycle storage for 10 cycles. There is step-free access available only for the Liverpool-bound platform, for wheelchairs and prams. The nearest wheelchair accessible open ticket office to Manor Road is Hoylake. There are toilets and telephones and an induction loop. Bus Connection Timetable.


Local Taxis 0151 201 0001

Connections: 22 (Chester), 38,38A,83A (West Kirby), 22 (Moreton Cross), 38,38A (Bromborough), 83A (Birkenhead).