Re-opening of historic city centre rail station a step closer
Businesses in the Baltic Triangle area of Liverpool have welcomed proposals that could see the re-opening of a disused rail station.
St James train station lies in a deep cutting between Central and Brunswick stations. It was opened on March 1, 1874 and closed on January 1, 1917, and has lain derelict ever since.
However, a new Liverpool City Region Combined Authority Transport Plan (CATP) has included the station re-opening on a list of potential projects for funding.
The cost of re-opening St James could reach £50m. Work w... You can carry on reading TheBusinessDesk.com for free, but you have reached the maximum number of pages an unregistered user can view. To register for an account, click here or login below...