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About Bolton Railway Station

Bolton Railway Station, also known as Bolton Interchange, is a main public transport hub serving the town of Bolton, Greater Manchester. It was opened in 1838, and has always been a major component of the Manchester and Bolton Railway. The station and its surrounding area underwent extensive refurbishment in the noughties.

Welcome to Manchester

Though it may not be as frequently visited as London, Manchester is one of the most interesting and cosmopolitan cities in the UK, offering something memorable for visitors of all tastes. With a modern, bohemian arts scene, complemented by the classic works of LS Lowry, plenty of historical intrigue to delve into, and the home of many distinctive and competitive exotic restaurants, the sheer energy of this city is sure to stay with you long after you've left.

Explore the Museum of Science and Industry

Manchester has a long-running reputation for its industriousness and innovation, so it's only fitting that the city boasts a major museum dedicated to these values. Here, visitors can take a journey through the history of Manchester running from the industrial revolution to the present day, learning about the incredible leaps forward that have taken place in that time through interactive exhibitions, engaging talks from passionate staff, and amazing live demonstrations.

Planning a trip to Bolton Railway Station? Travelodge Bolton Central River Street Hotel is less than five minutes away by car, and Travelodge Bury Hotel can be reached in half an hour.