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Trains to Chapel-en-le-Frith

Chapel-en-le-Frith train station was built in 1863 and is located a mere mile away from the quiet town centre of Chapel-en-le-Frith in Derbyshire. There are two platforms in use here, with waiting shelters within the station. Station facilities are fairly limited and tickets need to be booked in advance as there is no office or machines.  Daily direct trains take passengers from Chapel-en-le-frith to Manchester Piccadilly, with at least one Manchester service running every hour.  It takes just under 50 minutes for commuters to get into the heart of Manchester. This makes the town a popular choice for those who work in the city but want to live in relative peace and quiet close to nature. 

The rural Chapel-en-le-Frith got its name from the fact that it originated from a chapel built in 1225.  The town is known as the ‘Capital of the Peak’, with parts of it lying within the Peak District National Park. Travelling into Chapel-en-le-frith station is a good choice for those looking to explore the Peak District from a tranquil base. The historic Church of St Thomas Becket and the War Memorial Park are close by, and there are also great camping opportunities at the Chapel Campsite. 

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