Station Information

Warrington Bank Quay(WBQ) Plan journey

Welcome to Warrington

Warrington Town Hall through the golden gates. Photo by Dr Greg. License: Public Domain Photo by Racklever. This file is in the Public Domain.

Warrington is a market town with excellent transport connections offering great variety for those looking for a day out or just stopping for an hour or two.

Standing proud on the banks of the River Mersey, Warrington has two stations, Bank Quay and Central. Bank Quay is on West Coast Main Line and Central is on the Liverpool to Manchester line.

From the Museum & Art Gallery, the Parr Hall Theatre to the Pyramid Arts Centre, Warrington has its very own Cultural Quarter. Those more interested in outdoor activities will be tempted by nearby villages, canal walks, parks and gardens.

If you are looking for something more adventurous check out the North West Face Indoor Climbing Centre or take a spin at SpeedKarting, the largest UK indoor karting circuit.

Warrington really is a town with city ideas and opportunities.


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Warrington Bank Quay Station Information


Address Warrington Bank Quay station, Parker Street, Warrington, Cheshire, WA1 1LW

Telephone 0845 000 8000

Opening Hours

Ticket Office Monday - Friday 05:45 - 19:00,Saturday 05:45 - 19:00,Sunday 08:45 - 19:00

Staff Available

Services & Facilities

This station is operated by Virgin Trains