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Trains to Trafford Park

Once a beautifully-timbered deer park, Trafford Park station is in the largest industrial estate in Europe and was, in fact, the first of its kind, which saw its heyday during WW1 and WW2, when 75,000 workers toiled to produce equipment and ammunition for the war effort. Just north of central Stretford in the Trafford Metropolitan and surrounded by the Manchester Ship Canal, Trafford Park station was opened in 1904 to move around the thousands of Mancunians - many of them women - who worked in the area's factories. In the 21st century, the park houses over 1,400 companies employing in excess of 35,000 people. The two-platform station runs a sparse service with trains heading every two hours in each direction to Humphrey Park and Liverpool Lime Street to the west and Deansgate and Manchester Oxford Road to the east, but by 2020, a new Metrolink tramline will also run through the area.

Station details & facilities

Trafford Park station's Haltons Court entrance leads down to a subway connecting to platform 2, with the staircase leading to platform 1. The station is unstaffed, and the main office on Moss Road is now used as a taxi company, making onward travel that little bit easier given that there are no bus stops near the station. While everything in the park is within walking distance, including a small parade of shops along Moss Road, the station has no amenities.

Ticket Office

  • Ticket Office opening hours :
    DayOpening Hours
    EverydayClosed

Luggage

  • Lost Property phone number : 0333 222 0125

Facilities

  • Telephones type : Coins and cards

CCTV

  • CCTV :

WiFi

Parking

  • Car parking spaces : 0

Bicycle Facilities

  • Cycle storage spaces : 0
  • Cycle storage CCTV :

Accessibility

  • Step-free access : Part of station
  • Step-free access notes : Services Towards Manchester : Along a ramp (76 paces, 1:8 slope), turn right and along an underpass (25 paces). Turn left and up a stepped ramp (31 paces, 1:8 slope) onto the platform. Services Towards Warrington: Along a ramp (76 paces, 1:8 slope), then along a stepped ramp (35 paces, 1:7 slope) onto the platform.
  • Ramps for train access :
  • Induction Loop :
Trains to Trafford Park

Address

Moss Road, Stretford, Greater Manchester, M32 1AA
Ticket Office Hours
DayOpening Hours
EverydayClosed
Tweets
15:23

Trafford Park

Northern

Plat. 2

On time

15:24

Trafford Park

Northern

Plat. 1

On time

15:23

Liverpool Lime Street

Northern

Plat. 2

On time

15:24

Manchester Oxford Road

Northern

Plat. 1

On time

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