Broad Green later became a London & North Western Railway station who rebuilt the station when the line through Broad Green was quadrupled as far as Huyton. The station was demolished and completely rebuilt in 1972 (and reduced to two lines again) due to the construction of the M62 motorway. The station was reduced to two platforms and all buildings were replaced by a 1970s style booking office and shelter which remain on the station to this day.
Broad Green is now served by Northern who have been running electric services out of Liverpool Lime Street to the station and onward to destinations like Wigan North Western and Preston since 2015.
|Northern 319 372 arrives with a Liverpool bound service|
|Platform shelters, a mix of new and slightly old|
|Northern 323 227 departs|
|Main station building|
|A look down towards Liverpool Lime Street|
|A Northern 323 at the station|