This train station serves Stalybridge, a small town in Tameside, Greater Manchester. It lies on the Huddersfield Line, the railway linking Manchester to West Yorkshire.
Facilities at the station include a ticket office, ticket machines, waiting rooms, and toilets.
The station is perhaps best known for its Victorian bar. The Stalybridge Buffet Bar is one of the most popular drinking holes in the town and is popular with locals and rail/beer lovers. It serves a good selection of real ales and tasty homemade dishes.
Stalybridge Train Station is located on Rassbottom Street in Stalybridge (postcode SK15 1RF). There’s a taxi rank, drop-off zone, and car park near the station entrance.