Stalybridge Station :: Shared Description

Stalybridge railway station opened in 1845. It lies on the Huddersfield Line, 7½ miles east of Manchester Piccadilly and 8¼ miles east of Manchester Victoria. The station is managed by First TransPennine Express.
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SJ9598 : End of the platform, Stalybridge Station by N Chadwick
SJ9598 : Stalybridge Station by N Chadwick
SJ9598 : Stalybridge Station by N Chadwick
SJ9598 : Stalybridge Station by N Chadwick
SJ9598 : Stalybridge Station by N Chadwick
SJ9598 : Freight Train at Stalybridge Station by N Chadwick


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Created: Thu, 6 Nov 2014, Updated: Thu, 6 Nov 2014

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