It could be, however, Glazebury is not good sited to the Atherleigh Way and the East Lancs compared to Kenyon Junction.Would a Leigh Parkway station be better sited at Glazebury, to serve Culcheth as well?
A half-hourly stopping service should suffice, but that would mean increasing the current off-peak stopping train frequency on the Chat Moss line and finding room for it on reaching Manchester.
A solid timetable, 4tph for a 52,000k town(plus Lowton and Golborne E and S to be served and Culcheth and Glazebury) is a decent service with decent rail connections, and if not for Castlefield, I am sure the line could handle 1tph to Oxford Road stopper from Liverpool, to maintain flows like Eccles-Liverpool and Huyton-Manchester.If I’m going to be completely honest, I would shuffle round the timetable of the Chat Moss stoppers completely, so I would change it to:
1tph Manchester Victoria - Crewe stopper calling at all stops to WBQ and then Acton Bridge and Winsford and Crewe (giving Winsford and Acton Bridge connections to Manchester)
1tph Liverpool - WBQ instead of the existing service to Manchester Airport
TfW service to Chester calling at the new station and possibly Eccles.
TPE intercity from Liverpool to stop during peak hours.
Northern Service from Windermere rerouted to stop aswell.