Davenport railway station has long served the southern Davenport neighbourhood of Stockport in Greater Manchester. It was opened in the mid-19th century by the then Stockport, Disley and Whaley Bridge Railway. It closed a year later due to lack of footfall but then reopened several years later. The station sits along the Buxton Line which leads south of Manchester and is managed, along with the trains that pass through, by Northern. There are two platforms connected by the original iron and brick footbridge which also provides access from street level. It’s a staffed station during the mornings with a ticket office, though tickets must be bought before travel or on board the train when it’s closed. Other facilities include shelters on both sides of the tracks, electronic displays, and timetable posters. There are up to four direct services an hour to Manchester Piccadilly in 18 minutes and an hourly service to Buxton in 38 minutes.
When you arrive in Davenport, you’ll be just a stone’s throw from the beautiful Cale Green Park where you can walk or take the kids to the playpark. Alternatively, swing by the Stockport Cricket Club to match one of the weekend matches.
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