Morecambe Promenade railway station was a former railway station in the Lancashire Holiday Resort of Morecambe, England. It was opened on March 24th 1907 by the Midland Railway and closed in February 1994.
The station building remains intact and became an entertainment venue in 1997 when the pub-cum-restaurant The Platform was opened, as well the Platform Arts Centre and Morecambe Tourist Information Centre which has been based in the station since 1992.
The station building has been sympathetically restored to its original Midland Railway condition and has won two design awards – the “Ian Allan National Railway Heritage Award” in 1999 (Highly Commended) and an “Access for All Design Award” in 1998.
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