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Birkenhead Hamilton Square Station
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No: 14357   Contributor: Tich & Quackers   Year: 2012   Manufacturer: Railway Infrastructure   Country: England
Birkenhead Hamilton Square Station

The bit above ground at Birkenhead Hamilton Square.
Picture added on 07 June 2012 at 11:14
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Hamilton Square station was built by the Mersey Railway and opened on 1 February 1886. It is an underground station, the platforms being reached by lifts from the surface. This the station's large hydraulic lift tower.
The Mersey Railway was electrified in 1903, as despite the journey being far quicker than travel aboard the Mersey Ferries passengers were not keen on travelling underground due to the smoke from coal-powered steam locomotives. A "Frequent electric trains" sign was thus erected, as seen here.

Added by Peter Langsdale on 07 June 2012.
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