Originally Posted by Bevan Price View Post A station at Edge Hill, yes, - but not the current platforms - remember the original line in Liverpool went to Crown Street. The section to Lime Street only opened in 1836, needing a different alignment at Edge Hill. So, if we think of stations still on original sites, then other original stations on the L&M are older than the current Edge Hill, including Earlestown and Huyton. Broad Green was rebuilt when they constructed the M62 - I think the remaining platforms were part of the (later) slow line platforms Of stations still open, unless someone knows differently, those at their original sites are Roby, Huyton, St. Helens Junction, Earlestown, Newton Le Willows, Patricroft and Eccles. Of these, only Earlestown retains an early station building, and even that probably dates from later than 1830. The oldest original buildings still in existence are at Manchester Liverpool Road, but that has been closed to passengers for over 150 years.