|Station Operator: AW|
|Station Code: SHT|
|Staffing Level: partTime|
|Oyster Pre Pay||No|
|Lost Property Contact Available||Yes|
03333 211 202
Website: Go to website
Contact our Customer Relations team directly via the Transport for Wales Website.
|Left Luggage Contact Available||No|
|Customer Help Points||Yes|
|Bureau De Change||No|
|First Class Lounge||No|
|Telephones (Cards & Coins)||Yes|
|Tourist Information Office||No|
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Name: Station Car Park
Operator: Flintshire County Council
Annual Charge: N/A
Daily Charge: £1.50
Monthly Charge: N/A
Off Peak Charge: N/A
Six Monthly Charge: N/A
Per Hour Charge: N/A
Three Monthly Charge: N/A
Weekly Charge: N/A
|Car Parking Contact Available||No|
Phone number: 01352 752121
Website: Go to website
|Cycle Storage Availability||Yes|
In the car park
|Cycle Storage CCTV||Yes|
Taxi Rank Note:
Taxi office outside the station.
Bus Service Note:
The nearest bus stops are located outside the station on Chester Road West.
|Accessible Booking Office Counter||Yes|
|Accessible Public Telephones||No|
|Ramp For Train Access||Yes|
|Step Free Access||No|
Step Free Access Note:
Shotton station is split into two levels. Shotton and Shotton High Level.
At Shotton (Platforms 1 and 2):
No wheelchair access to Platform 1 (to Chester).
Access to Platform 2 (to Holyhead) is via the small car park at the end of Alexandra Street.
Customers are advised to travel to Flint and change trains.
The nearest fully accessible station to Shotton is Flint.
Shotton High Level (Platforms 3 and 4):
No wheelchair access between platforms. Steep paths to platforms via Chester Road West and under bridge.
The nearest fully accessible station to Shotton High Level is Hawarden Bridge.
|Accessible Ticket Machines||Yes|
Accessible Ticket Machines Note:
The ticket machine(s) do not accept cash. Payment is by major debit and credit cards only.
|Impaired Mobility Set Down||Yes|
|Staff Help Available||Yes|
Staff Help Available Note:
There are no platform staff available at this station. Assistance will be provided by the Conductor on the train.
We want everyone to travel with confidence. That is why, if you are planning on travelling on national rail services, you can request an assistance booking in advance - now up to 2 hours before your journey is due to start, any time of the day. For more information about Passenger Assist and how to request an assistance booking via Passenger Assist, please click here.