Frodsham railway station serves the town of Frodsham, Cheshire, England. The station is managed by Transport for Wales (TfW). It was opened along with the line in 1850 and the station building is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade II listed building. This was restored in 2012 and is in private ownership.
The station is unstaffed, however the North Cheshire Rail Users Group have "adopted" the station and work on a voluntary basis to keep it looking clean and tidy.
Frodsham is served by two providers with links to North Wales, Chester, Liverpool, Manchester and Leeds:
Transport for Wales - (Timetable) Train times for Holyhead - Llandudno - Chester - Manchester and Liverpool (-15 May 2021)
Northern - (Timetable 15) Liverpool to Manchester Airport and Warrington Bank Quay via Earlestown (includes Helsby to Ellesmere Port & Liverpool Lime Street to Ellesmere Port)
Northern - (Timetable 37) Chester to Leeds.