Bolton Crook Street passenger station was a purely temporary facility within the Bolton Crook Street goods yard, devised by the LNWR for use while their nearby Great Moor St station was demolished and rebuilt. It was used as such from August 1871 to September 1874, after which it reverted to use solely for goods. The temporary passenger station's exact location within the goods yard is believed to be the goods shed on the eastern side of Chandos Street.

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  • Bolton Crook Street passenger station was a purely temporary facility within the Bolton Crook Street goods yard, devised by the LNWR for use while their nearby Great Moor St station was demolished and rebuilt. It was used as such from August 1871 to September 1874, after which it reverted to use solely for goods. The temporary passenger station's exact location within the goods yard is believed to be the goods shed on the eastern side of Chandos Street. Sources differ on whether Great Moor St station reopened in September 1874 or April 1875. The original service to Kenyon Junction was provided continuously from 1831 to 1954, but the new, additional service to Manchester via Roe Green did not start until 1 April 1875, when it ran from Great Moor Street. It is therefore possible that Crook St handed the Kenyon Junction traffic to the new Great Moor Street station in 1874. (en)
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  • Opened as temporary terminus
  • Closed for freight
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  • Bolton Crook Street passenger station was a purely temporary facility within the Bolton Crook Street goods yard, devised by the LNWR for use while their nearby Great Moor St station was demolished and rebuilt. It was used as such from August 1871 to September 1874, after which it reverted to use solely for goods. The temporary passenger station's exact location within the goods yard is believed to be the goods shed on the eastern side of Chandos Street. (en)
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  • Bolton Crook Street railway station (en)
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  • Bolton, Crook Street (en)
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