Train Stations in Burnley, UK

List of Train Stations in Burnley, UK:

From being a famous market town to a  renowned tourist spot in the UK, Burnley, Lancashire, UK is wrapped with picturesque countryside in the surrounding. Burnley is also famous for having a regional competitive Burnley F.C team that has thousands of enthusiastic fans around the UK. Burnley is also enlisted is one of the stone age surviving areas whose history goes back all the to 600 BC.

As far as travelling is concerned, let’s take a brief look at the list of Railway Stations Burnley.

  1. Burnley Barracks Railway Station – Burnley BB12 0LX, UK

Burnley Barracks Station, UK was opened as a temporary station at Burnley Westgate to carry normal goods and passengers to nearby towns on September 18th, 1848. Burnley Barracks Train Station was opened by East Lancashire Railway, the Burnley Barracks Station has one platform and is still used by the locals.

  1. Burnley Manchester Road Railway Station – Burnley BB11 1JZ, UK

Burnley Manchester Road Station was opened as a single line branch by the Manchester and Leeds Railway on November 12th, 1849. Seventeen years later, Burnley Manchester Road Train Station opened its first station on November 1st, 1866. Technically, Burnley Manchester replaced the Burnley’s first train station ‘Thorneybank Station’. It has two platforms and served 0.433 million passengers in 2016/17.

  1. Burnley Central Railway Station – Burnley BB11 1DA, UK

Interestingly Burnley Central Station was opened to provide an additional route for the East Lancashire Railway from Bury, Blackburn to Colne. Burnley Central Train Station was opened on December 1st, 1848. Currently, it has one platform and served around 0.126 million passengers in 2016/17.

  1. Rose Grove Railway Station – Burnley BB12 6EU, UK

Rose Grove Station in Burnley is a fourth in-line Train Stations Burnley that was opened on September 18th 1,848. Rose Grove Train Station is an unstaffed Burnley Station with 71, 916 passenger serving in 2016/17. Rose Grove Train Station has two platforms and founded as a converge rail link for the Hebden Bridge and the Caldervale Line.

  1. Hapton Railway Station – Hapton, Burnley BB11 5RL, UK

Hapton Station in Burnley is named after a village Hapton, UK that is 3 miles (to west) away from Burnley Central Station. Hapton Train Station is also one of the unmanned train stations in the UK. It has 2 platforms and served around 16,344 passengers in 2016/17. it is a simplest of Burnley Train stations as it has basic railway amenities to offer.

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