Red Rock
Red Rock Railway Station.JPG
Former Red Rock railway station
General information
LocationRed Rock, Standish, Wigan
Coordinates53°35′05″N 2°37′47″W / 53.5847°N 2.6296°W / 53.5847; -2.6296Coordinates: 53°35′05″N 2°37′47″W / 53.5847°N 2.6296°W / 53.5847; -2.6296
Grid referenceSD 584 100
Other information
Original companyJoint Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway/Lancashire Union Railway
Pre-groupingLondon and North Western Railway
Post-groupingLondon, Midland and Scottish Railway
Key dates
1 December 1869Opened
26 September 1949[1]Closed to passengers
2 September 1957Closed to freight traffic

Red Rock railway station stood in Red Rock, a hamlet between Standish and Haigh,[2] originally in Lancashire now within Greater Manchester, England. The railway station was on the Lancashire Union Railway line that ran from Blackburn via Chorley to Wigan before eventually joining the St Helens Railway.

The former down waiting room at the station was owned and used by the residents of Haigh Hall from the station's inception until the 1940s.[3] The station buildings and goods yard now form part of a private residence.

Preceding station   Disused railways   Following station
White Bear
Line and station closed
  London and North Western Railway
Lancashire Union Railway
  Boar's Head
Line and station closed
Line and station closed


  1. ^ Quick, M. E. (2002). Railway passenger stations in England, Scotland and Wales – a chronology. Richmond: Railway and Canal Historical Society. p. 359. OCLC 931112387.
  2. ^ "Red Rock". ordnance survey. Retrieved 20 January 2020.
  3. ^ Red Rock Station, Disused Stations, retrieved 7 January 2011