Open since 1848, Kidsgrove train station was originally given the name Harecastle. It wasn't until 1966 that is was given its current title. The station sits in the town of Kidsgrove, Staffordshire and is owned by Network Rail. The services and operations, however, are managed by East Midlands Trains. London Northwestern Railway and Northern also provide a service that stops at Kidsgrove station. Services are available to stations including Manchester Piccadilly, Crewe and Stoke-on-Trent. Monday to Friday three trains arrive per hour en route to Stoke-on-Trent, this service drops slightly during the weekend. The fastest journey time for this route is approximately 8 minutes. The city of Manchester can be reached in less than 1 hour from Kidsgrove, stops along this route include Macclesfield, Bramhall, Stockport and Heaton Chapel.
The station has four platforms in total. A ticket office is available at the station, but opening times are limited. Only platform 1 offers step-free access all the other platforms are accessible via a footbridge and steps. Facilities are limited, with a shelter available on Platform 1, and outdoor seating can be found between platform 2 and 3. The station has a car park and a fee must be paid to use this facility.
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