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Delamere railway station

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Place  Delamere
Station code  DLM
DfT category  F1
Number of platforms  2
Grid reference  SJ556704
Managed by  Northern
2011/12  38,116
Local authority  Cheshire West and Chester
Delamere railway station
Address  Northwich CW8 2JE, United Kingdom
Similar  Delamere Forest, Cuddington railway station, Mobberley railway station, Mouldsworth railway station, Greenbank railway station

Delamere railway station opened on 22 June 1870. It serves both the village of Delamere and Delamere Forest in Cheshire, England. The station is 9½ miles (15 km) east of Chester on the Mid-Cheshire Line.


There is an hourly service each way between Chester and Manchester in each direction. The station marks one end of the Baker Way footpath.


The station is unmanned. Passengers must board the train and present a valid ticket or pay the fare. Railcard fares are accepted.


  • The station gets 1tph to Chester stopping at:
  • Mouldsworth and Chester
  • There is also 1tph to Manchester Piccadilly, which stops at:
  • Cuddington, Greenbank, Northwich, Lostock Gralam, Plumley, Knutsford, Mobberley, Ashley, Hale, Altrincham, Navigation Road, Stockport and Manchester Piccadilly.
  • The Sunday service is two-hourly in each direction, with eastbound trains now running through to Wigan Wallgate and Southport via Manchester Piccadilly.
  • The station was used as a location in an episode of the popular UK TV series 'Survivors'.


    Delamere railway station Wikipedia