|Wigan Branch Railway
Preston and Wigan Railway
North Union Railway
Wigan Branch Railway and Preston and Wigan Railway merge to form the North Union Railway.
|Preston and Wyre Railway, Dock and Harbour
Following amalgamations, the P&WR was able to use Preston station on the former North Union Railway and ceased using Preston Leighton Street which became Maudlands Goods.
|Railway Clearing House
By this date, Birmingham and Gloucester Railway, Chester and Birmingham Railway?, Grand Junction Railway, Lancaster and Preston Junction Railway, Liverpool and Manchester Railway, Manchester and Birmingham Railway, Newcastle and Carlisle Railway and North Union Railway join.
These locations are along the line.
This short lived station was the proposed terminus of the Bolton and Preston Railway in Preston, when proposed it was to be reached from the south perhaps using the former route of the Preston to Walton Tramroad (Lancaster Canal) which had a number of sidings in the area around the canal basin as far as Dock Street to the west.