Cuddington railway station lies roughly half way between Chester and Warrington in Cheshire and was opened in the late-19th century by the West Cheshire Railway. It’s a pretty with the old stationmaster’s house still intact, though it was sold off to a private investor some years ago. Cuddington is an unstaffed station and there are no facilities for purchasing tickets, so they must either be bought online in advance or on board with the train conductor. On both platforms, you’ll find modern waiting shelters and digital displays with passenger information. It’s worth noting that there is only ramp access on the northbound platform. On weekdays, there is an hourly direct service to Manchester Piccadilly in 1 hour 11 minutes and to Chester in 22 minutes.
When you step off the train at Cuddington, you’ll be just moments away from the Sandiway Golf Club, a challenging 18-hole course that wraps around a nearby lake.
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