The Stations

Edge Hill, Roby, Huyton, Patricroft, Irlam, Urmston, Eccles.

“Community rail partnerships are the backbone of the community rail movement, bringing together local groups and partners along railway lines to work with industry and also delivering a range of community engagement and promotional activities. The Liverpool and Manchester Community Rail Partnership covers both railway routes between the great northern cities of Liverpool and Manchester - the original Liverpool and Manchester Railway line (the World's first 'modern' railway opened in 1830 - and the Cheshire Lines Committee route - serving the important town of Warrington. Overshadowing railways, our Regional economy and ALL of our lives is climate change. The 1.5 Degrees project - led by Metal and generously supported by Women in Community Rail - is a superb project.”

- Roy Chapman, Chair of the Community Rail Partnership


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