Station Name: BRUNSWICK DOCK

 

[Source: Paul Wright]



Date opened: 4.2.1893
Location: On the west side of Sefton Street
Company on opening: Liverpool Overhead Railway
Date closed to passengers: 30.12.1956
Date closed completely: 30.12.1956
Company on closing: Liverpool Overhead Railway
Present state: Demolished
County: Lancashire
OS Grid Ref: SJ348886
Date of visit: 6.9..2005
Notes: Brunswick Dock was a typical Liverpool Overhead Railway station being located on the elevated line 16 feet above street level on the iron structure that carried the line above Liverpool's busy Dock Road and directly above the Dock Boards railway which ran throughout the length of the dock system linking the various goods facilities.
Upon opening it was served by trains between Herculaneum Dock and Alexandra Dock stations. Between 1894 and 1905 extensions where made to Dingle in the south and in two stages to Seaforth & Litherland on the L&Y Liverpool to Southport line.

The station was connected to the street by stairs.

The line closed along with all of its stations on 30.12.1956 due to the structure corroding.

Brunswick Dock station was demolished with the rest of the Overhead Railway towards the end of 1957.

To see the other stations on the Liverpool Overhead Railway click on the station name: Dingle, Herculaneum Dock, Toxteth Dock, Wapping Dock, Canning, James Street, Pier Head, Princes Dock, Clarence Dock, Nelson Dock, Sandon Dock, Huskisson Dock, Canada Dock, Brocklebank Dock, Langton Dock, Alexandra Dock, Gladstone Dock & Seaforth Sands

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Brunswick Dock Station looking north in 1956



Looking north from the site of Brunswick Dock Station in September 2005. Some of the buildings present today can also be seen in the 1956 photograph above.
P
hoto by Paul Wright


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