Wavertree Technology Park (WAV)

Wavertree Technology Park is a stop on the Liverpool-Manchester Line in the Liverpool suburbs. Although the station is fairly new it is flanked by two of the oldest railway stations in the world Edge Hill and Broad Green.
Northern 323 223 departs Eastbound

The station was opened in 2000 to serve the Wavertree area of Liverpool and the technology park of the same name. The line through the station was electrified in 2015.

Type: National Rail (Liverpool - Manchester Line)
Station code: WAV
Opened: 2000
Platforms: 2

The station is served by Northern with four trains in each direction to/from Liverpool Lime Street to Wigan North Western, Crewe, Manchester Piccadilly, Warrington Bank Quay and some other destinations at peak times.

The station is in a cutting (it is on the Western end of the Olive Mount cutting which was driven through in 1830) and has a staffed ticket office and the usual collection of platform bus shelters.
View down the platform towards Lime Street

Northern 323 223 arrives

Northern 319 361 arrives

Platform shelter

Northern 319 372 departs