Daisy Hill railway station lies around 5 miles south-west of Bolton city centre and makes up part of the city’s metropolitan area. It’s an important stop along the Atherton Line from Manchester to Wigan. In recent years, new housing developments in Daisy Hill have helped the station grow in importance and it now stands as a busy commuter stop. It opened in the late-19th century on the junction of the Blackrod Line. In the mid ‘70s, the station was modernised with electric lighting, though the brick station buildings remain untouched. Unlike many British stations, it is still staffed during peak hours. Facilities include passenger information displays with real time information, a passenger announcement system, a ticket office, and two platforms. During the weekday peak times, there are two direct services an hour to Manchester Piccadilly in 31 minutes and Wigan Wallgate in 10 minutes.
When you arrive in Daisy Hill, you could take a walk in nearby Hall Lee Bank Park, grab a bite to eat in one of the cosy pubs close to the station, or catch one of the summer matches at the Daisy Hill Cricket Club.
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