Britain >Merseyside >Huyton Roby Whiston Prescot


Collected date 02/07/13

Huyton sign

Huyton station serves the town of Huyton to the east of Liverpool and is on the Merseyrail City Line. The front of the station building:

Huyton front

A subway crosses the tracks, and the stepped entrance is next to the entrance to the station building:

Huyton front subway entry

The rear of the station building which backs onto platform 1:

Huyton rear

The windows are boarded up but decorated with mosaics:

Huyton mosaic

At the western end of platform 1 looking east:

Huyton platform 1 looking east

Looking west from tne end of platform 1:

Huyton looking west

The stepped entrance to the subway under the tracks leads to this tunnel, complete with a mural:

Huyton tunnel Huyton tunnel mural

However, for those who cannot use steps there is a ramped subway just to the east of the station. The entrance on the south side of the line:

Huyton underpass south side

And the exit from this underpass on the other side of the track:

Huyton underpass north side

The entrance to platform 2 from the ramped subway:

Huyton platform 2 entrance

Looking east along the platforms:

Huyton platforms looking east

The shelter on platform 2 houses tne entrance to the stepped subway, and its windows are decorated with various things including the Superlambanana:

Huyton platform 2 shelter glass

At the western end of platform 2 is the signalbox:

Huyton platform 2 signalbox

What Huyton is for:

Huyton for Town Centre and Bus Station

Behind the railings on platform 2 is demolition work of what might have been an old railway building, to make room for extra tracks to be laid:

Huyton platform 2 disused building

Looking east along the line from the end of platform 2:

Huyton looking east