Besses o' th' Barn tram stop
|Besses o' th' Barn|
Tram arriving at Besses o'th' Barn in Jan 2017
Location of Besses o' th' Barn in Greater Manchester
|Place||Besses o' th' Barn|
|Fare zone information|
|Present status||In operation|
|Original operator||London, Midland and Scottish Railway|
|Post-grouping company||London, Midland and Scottish Railway
|Opened||1 February 1933|
|Conversion to Metrolink operation||6 April 1992|
|UK Trams portal|
Although the line was built in 1879 by the Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway, it was not until 1 February 1933 that Besses o' th' Barn railway station was opened by the London, Midland and Scottish Railway, to cater for a large new housing development in the area. In 1992 the station, which was on the national rail network, became a stop on the Metrolink network. The station is in the network's Ticketing Zone B. It is unique, as it is the only original station on the Bury-Manchester line to have one island platform.
Services mostly run every 12 minutes on 2 routes, forming a 6-minute service between Bury and Manchester at peak times.
Connecting bus routes
First Greater Manchester's frequent 135 service runs between Bury and Manchester and stops adjacent to the station as does First services 92 and 93, which runs via Unsworth and Prestwich, as well as the Route 97 which runs between Bury and Manchester via Unsworth. Route 95, operated by First runs between Pendleton and Whitefield and calls next to Besses United Reformed Church as does the Route 98, operated by First Greater Manchester and Stagecoach Manchester which runs between Bury and Manchester via Radcliffe and Prestwich 
- "Transport for Greater Manchester - Journey Planning - Network Maps". Transport for Greater Manchester. Retrieved 10 September 2012.
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|Preceding station||Manchester Metrolink||Following station|
|Altrincham – Bury Line||
|Bury – Piccadilly Line|