Castleton Station is located on Railway Approach Road in Castleton, Greater Manchester. The Station is served by Northern Railways Calder Valley line that runs from York via Leeds to Manchester Victoria. Castleton Station opened in 1839 and is soon to be a stop in the East Lancashire Railway heritage route. The station is in walking distance of multiple restaurants which can be found on Manchester Road and a five-minute walk away from the Old Post Office Ale House.
Castleton Station is a two-platform station which can be accessed via stairs located on Railway Approach Road. Platforms are connected via an external walkway. Pre-purchased tickets can be collected at ticket machines. Stands are available for bike storage.