Open since 1863 Hyde North train station was originally known as Hyde Junction. After a name change in 1951, the station was given its current name. Hyde North is one of two stations within the town. It sits on the Hope Valley Line where it follows Hyde Central and precedes Guide Bridge. From Monday to Saturday services are available to Manchester Piccadilly and Rose Hill. Hyde North does not offer a Sunday service. The city of Manchester can be reached in under 20 minutes from Hyde North, stops along this route include Guide Bridge and Gorton.
The station itself has very limited facilities available for passengers. The two platforms are connected via a footbridge and passengers can use the shelters on each platform whilst awaiting their train service. There are no ticketing facilities available at Hyde North, passengers wishing to travel from the station must either purchase their ticket before travel or whilst on board the train.
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