Didsbury Village tram stop

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Didsbury Village
Metrolink
Approaching Didsbury Village.jpg
An M5000 approaches Didsbury Village on the day the station opened to the public
Didsbury Village is located in Manchester_Metrolink
Didsbury Village
Didsbury Village
Location of Didsbury Village in Greater Manchester
Location
PlaceDidsbury
Local authorityManchester
Coordinates53°25′00″N 2°13′42″W / 53.4166°N 2.2284°W / 53.4166; -2.2284Coordinates: 53°25′00″N 2°13′42″W / 53.4166°N 2.2284°W / 53.4166; -2.2284
Grid referenceSJ849910
Platforms2
Fare zone information
Metrolink Zone3
Present statusIn operation
History
Opened23 May 2013[1]

Didsbury Village is a stop on the South Manchester Line (SML) of Greater Manchester's light-rail Metrolink in Didsbury, South Manchester, England. The stop was built as part of Phase 3b of the network's expansion and opened on 23 May 2013 on a section of the former Cheshire Lines Committee railway.[1] It is located a short distance south-east of the former Didsbury railway station. There was plans to extend the line to Stockport , but was cancelled due to poor funding

Service pattern[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "First passengers travel on tram extension to East Didsbury". Manchester Evening News. 23 May 2013. Retrieved 23 May 2013.

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Preceding station   Manchester metrolink logo.PNG Manchester Metrolink   Following station
Terminus
East Didsbury – Shaw and Crompton Line
Terminus
East Didsbury – Rochdale Town Centre Line