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Monday, February 19, 2007

Hyde Central Station


Hyde Central is one of seven railway stations, the others being Flowery Field, Godley, Hyde North, Hattersley, Broadbottom and Newton for Hyde.

Access to Romily-bound trains here is via a ramp to the left of this picture, and to Manchester-bound trains through an archway and up some steps.

Beyond the bridge over Great Norbury Street, you can see the Cheshire Ring public house on Manchester Road.

3 comments:

Bleeding Orange said...

That feels good to me to see pictures of this part of the UK. One of my best friends is from Bury. I think it's not so far from Hyde, so it reminds me a lot of good memories! (Sorry for the removed comment)

Dsole said...

And trains in UK go like the cars? I mean, by the left side of the road?

Gerald England said...

Hi orange -- yes Bury is very close; Hyde and Bury are both part of Greater Manchester.

dsole -- I've never really thought about it but yes it looks as though you are right.

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