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Greenmount railway station

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Place  Greenmount
Grid reference  SD778141
Original company  Bury–Holcombe Brook line
Area  Bury
6 November 1882 (1882-11-06)  Station opened
Platforms in use  1
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Pre-grouping  Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway
Post-grouping  London, Midland and Scottish Railway
Similar  Darcy Lever railway st, Ringley Road railway st, Irlams o' th' Height railway st, Holcombe Brook railway st, Staley and Millbrook railway st

Greenmount Railway Station served the village of Greenmount in the Metropolitan Borough of Bury.

History

The Bury and Tottington District Railway opened from a junction to the north of Bury to a terminus at Holcombe Brook on 6 November 1882. Among the original stations was that at Greenmount, situated 3 14 miles (5.2 km) from Bury.

The station closed when passenger services were withdrawn from the Holcombe Brook line on 5 May 1952.

References

Greenmount railway station Wikipedia


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