(Merseyrail Wirral Line)
The station was also rebuilt in 1938 to an Art Deco style as were other stations on the route . Originally the station was adjacent to a gas works (and accompanying sidings), it closed in 1954  with coal sidings closing in the mid-1960s. The station also had a carriage shed and paint shop once but these were closed after the LMS take-over.
Nowadays Hoylake is part of the Merseyrail network with services every fifteen minutes between West Kirby and Liverpool Central. A level crossing is at the end of the platforms at the Western end of the station. Access between the platforms is via the road / level crossing or a footbridge. The station is staffed.
|Merseyrail 507 017 arrives with a Liverpool bound train|
|A few second earlier 507 017 heads through the level crossing|
|View down the platform|
|Main platform building|
 Jonathan Cadwallader & Martin Jenkins, Merseyside Electrics (Ian Allan, 2010) p. 72
 Vic Mitchell & Keith Smith, Birkenhead to West Kirby (Middleton Press, 2014) Map. XIII