Ryder Brow railway station has long served the neighbourhoods of Gorton and Ryder Brow in the Greater Manchester area just a few miles south-east of the city centre. It is relatively new for a British station having only opened in the mid ‘80s by British Rail. It’s a basic, unstaffed station with two platforms accessed via steps from the road, waiting shelters and timetable posters. There’s no facilities for buying tickets, but they can be purchased after boarding with the train conductor. Today, the station sits alongside the Hope Valley Line and is managed, along with the trains that pass through, by Northern. There are two direct departures an hour to Manchester Piccadilly in 10 minutes and Romiley in 12 minutes.
When you step off the train a Ryder Brow, you’ll be just a few minutes’ walk from several parks including the Sunny Brow Park and its Gore Brook. If you’ve brought your clubs, you’re not far from the Denton Golf Club where you can practise your drive along the green fairways.
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Services towards Manchester :Level access through a 100cm wide gate and down a stepped ramp (36 paces, 1:14 slope) through a 90cm wide gate onto the platform. Services towards New Mills and Sheffield : Level access through a separate 100cm wide gate and down a stepped ramp (36 paces, 1:14 slope) through a 94cm wide gate onto the platform.
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