|Location||Bredbury, Metropolitan Borough of Stockport|
|Managed by||Northern Trains|
|Transit authority||Greater Manchester|
|Classification||DfT category E|
Passenger statistics from the Office of Rail and Road
It was built by the Sheffield and Midland Railway Companies' Committee in 1875 on the line between New Mills and Manchester London Road.
The station was modernised in 1976; the buildings on the New Mills side being replaced. The platforms were raised with the result that the old waiting room on the Manchester side is three steps down. The original stationmaster's house survives, as does the 1916 footbridge.
The ticket office on the eastbound side is manned through the day on weekdays (06:20-20:50) and on Saturdays until early afternoon (07:20-14:20). Outside these times, ticket must be bought on the train or prior to travel. Waiting shelters are present on each platform and train running details are offered via automated announcements, digital information screens and timetable posters. No step-free access is available (the ramp from the car park to the ticket hall has steps, as does the footbridge).
Monday to Saturday daytimes see two trains per hour head northbound to Manchester Piccadilly and two southbound towards New Mills Central with hourly extensions to Sheffield. On Saturdays, alternate services run to Rose Hill Marple.
Evenings see a twice hourly service in each direction. On Sundays, there is an hourly service in each direction with a few additional trains in summer between Manchester Piccadilly and Sheffield.
- Bredbury station facilities National Rail Enquiries
- GB eNRT, December 2016-May 2017 Edition, Table 78
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|Preceding station||National Rail||Following station|