Stockport Train Station is a busy station on the West Coast Main Line. For many train services heading north it’s the last stop before Manchester Piccadilly.
After leaving the station trains cross the magnificent Stockport Viaduct, one of the largest brick structures in the world.
Intercity services from Stockport include trains to Birmingham New Street, Cardiff Central, Coventry, London Euston, Sheffield Stoke-on-Trent, Norwich, and Oxford.
Destinations in North West England include Bolton, Chester, Crewe, Liverpool Lime Street, Macclesfield, Manchester Piccadilly, Preston, and Warrington Central.
The station has four platforms. Facilities include a ticket office, Starbucks, a branch of WHSmith, and cash machine.
There are two entrances to the station. The main entrance is to the east of the station on Station Road, close to the Grand Central complex. There’s a smaller entrance on the western side, convenient for those visiting Edgeley. This is predominantly a residential area but is also home to Edgeley Park, the stadium of Stockport County FC.
There’s a taxi rank and drop-off zone outside the main entrance. The long-stay car park is also here. To find Stockport Train Station using a satellite navigation system, enter the postcode SK3 9HZ.
Free short-term parking, limited to 20 minutes, is available on the approach road to the western entrance.
Map showing location of Stockport Train Station.
Stockport Train Station
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