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Thursday, July 27, 2006

Hyde North Station

Hyde has several railway stations but none of them are very grand.

Hyde North is tucked away by an industrial estate in a rather non-descript part of town. It lies on the line from Marple and Hyde Central to Manchester Piccadilly.

At the top of the picture you can see where the busier line from Glossop (via Broadbottom, Hattersley, Godley, Newton for Hyde and Flowery Field) comes in from the East.

I would have waited and taken a picture of a train, but I had a bus to catch.


Chris said...

Green and red are facing, no train, one of them will rule...
What a dramatic scene !

Cheers, it's great without the train.

~tanty~ said...

This is just cool!

Mo said...

In some ways there is little change from the old view. Obviously the buildings are newer and there is a phone box. However there is still a lot of countryside. I'd love to see the two shots from exactly the same position.

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