Open since 1986, Godley train station sits on the Manchester to Glossop Line between Newton for Hyde and Hattersley. The station was built on wooden stilts, and due to its placement above a bridge, the platforms are considerably narrower than most train stations. Daily services are available from Godley train station to Manchester Piccadilly and Hadfield. Two trains per hour stop at Godley en route to Manchester Piccadilly, this service increases during peak periods and the fastest journey time for the route is approximately 19 minutes. From platform 1 at Godley station, you can head to the town of Hadfield, this service includes stops at Hattersley, Broadbottom, Dinting, and Glossop. The service arrives twice per hour and the journey time is approximately 24 minutes.
Facilities at Godley train station are limited there's no ticket office at the station. There are also no ticket machines. Both platforms have shelters for passengers awaiting their train service. Northern manage operations and services at this station.
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|Sheltered cycle storage||Unavailable|
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To Manchester : Along a stepped ramp (28 paces, 1:7 slope), then along a second stepped ramp (68 paces, 1:14 slope) onto the platform To Glossop : Through a 3ft wide gate near the railway bridge, along a stepped ramp (86 paces, 1:12 slope) then through a 3ft wide gate onto the platform
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