Acton Bridge railway station is near the village of Acton Bridge, Cheshire, in the northwest of England. The station, and all the trains that stop here, are operated by London Midland on their service between Liverpool - Crewe, Stafford and Birmingham. However, the majority of trains pass through the station without stopping. Acton Bridge still does not have any trains on a Sunday which call, but trains still pass through non-stop on the West Coast Main Line towards both Liverpool and Preston. A near normal service operates on most bank holidays however. Services to London and Scotland do not stop at Acton Bridge but passengers for London can change at Crewe or Runcorn and passengers for Scotland can also change at Crewe or alternately travel westwards via Runcorn's mainline station, and then travel either by foot or bus over to Runcorn's East station and then get the train to Warrington Bank Quay or passengers can also travel to Warrington Central via a change at Liverpool South Parkway or passengers can also travel via a change at Liverpool Lime Street. 2,709 passengers are recorded as using the station in 2004-5. The station is un-staffed; its gardens are maintained by volunteers from Acton Bridge Women's Institute, and won a Commendation in the 2003 JPD 'Best Kept Station' competition. In March 2015, a PERTIS self-service passenger-operated ticket machine remains in service here, and is located in the booking hall.
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