Liverpool park marks its heritage

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A Liverpool park that was created on the site of the world’s first passenger railway has been given new signs to mark its heritage.

The signs that have been put up around Crown Street Park are to inform people about how the site is such an important part of railway history.

Crown Street Station opened to the public in 1830, however, as its popularity outgrew its location it closed and was replaced by Lime Street Station in 1836.

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