Hyde Central railway station
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Hyde Central railway station in 2009
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|1858||Opened as Hyde|
|1951||Renamed Hyde Central|
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|* Annual estimated passenger usage based on sales of tickets in stated financial year(s) which end or originate at Hyde Central from Office of Rail and Road statistics. Methodology may vary year on year.|
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Originally simply Hyde, it was built by the Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire Railway, opening in 1858 as a branch from its main line through Penistone to Sheffield. From 1862 the branch was extended to New Mills to meet the Midland Railway's extension of its line from Millers Dale. For a while it saw Midlands expresses from London. In 1875, however, a new more direct route was built through Bredbury.
The substantial station buildings were demolished in 1980 with a new booking office at street level commissioned in their place.
Hyde Central is served by a half-hourly weekday & Saturday (until 19.00) service either way between Manchester Piccadilly and Rose Hill Marple. On Saturdays, some services run to/from Marple rather than Rose Hill.
- GB eNRT, December 2015-May 2016 Edition, Table 79
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