(Merseyrail Wirral Line
& Borderlands Line)
In the first half of the 1900s Bidston became a busy interchange station between the electric trains on the Wirral line (from 1938)  and steam trains to Wrexham and Chester. This is largely how the station was remained to the present day except the steam trains have been replaced by diesels.
The station consists of an island platform with the Merseyrail trains using both sides and the Borderlands Line, currently operated by Arriva Trains Wales, one of them. Access to the platform is via a footbridge. The platform has a booking office and waiting room.
|Merseyrail 507 016 arrives with a Liverpool bound service|
|Approach to the station|
|Arriva Trains Wales 150 235 prepares to return to Wrexham Central|
 Vic Mitchell & Keith Smith, Birkenhead to West Kirby (Middleton Press, 2014) fig. 29
 Vic Mitchell & Keith Smith, Wrexham to New Brighton (Middleton Press, 2013) fig. 97