About Blackpool South Railway Station

Blackpool South Railway Station is the train station serving the mainly suburban south side of the seaside town of Blackpool, Lancashire. Originally called Waterloo Road, the station was opened in 1903 as the terminus of the South Fylde line. It’s managed by Northern, who operate every train serving it.

Blackpool - Britain’s favourite seaside resort

Blackpool is one of the most well-known and beloved seaside resorts in the UK, and after just one visit, you’ll be able to tell exactly why. This town, hugging the coast of Lancashire, boasts a wide range of attractions that are open all year round on its famous Pleasure Beach, a newly rejuvenated seafront, and a vibrant calendar of exciting events like the Great Promenade Show and Blackpool Illuminations. With all this and more to discover, Blackpool is the perfect place to experience the traditional charms of an English seaside with a distinctive, modern edge.

Treat yourself at Coronation Candy

Coronation Candy is the home of the biggest rock manufacturers in Blackpool, who open their doors to the public all year round, excluding the Christmas break. The attractions features a purpose-built gallery for viewing the production area, and the processes that go into one of Britain’s favourite sweets. A factory shop offers the freshest rock in Blackpool, along with a range of lovely souvenirs.

Looking for a cheap hotel Near Blackpool South Railway Station? Travelodge Blackpool South Promenade Hotel is a five-minute drive away, as is Travelodge Blackpool South Shore Hotel.