Passenger Station, Radcliffe Bridge
TO BUILDERS, STONE MASONS, Etc. The Directors of the East Lancashire Railway will receive tenders for the erection of a Goods Warehouse at Bury and a Passenger Station at Radcliffe Bridge. Plans and specifications may be seen and blank Forms of Tender may be had at the offices of Messrs Holden, architects, 46 King Street, Manchester on or after Monday the 22nd inst. Tenders must be delivered at the said offices on or before Monday the 29th inst. [Manchester Guardian 17 March 1847 page 1]
The ELR line from Clifton Junction to Accrington opened in stages between 1846 and 1848. Radcliffe Bridge Station was opened on 25 September 1846, although it would appear from the classified advertisement in the Manchester Guardian that the permanent station building on the southbound platform was not commenced until 1847. It was a single storey stone building with paired round-headed windows and hipped slate roof. The station closed on 7 July 1958 and was demolished.
Reference Manchester Guardian 17 March 1847 page 1