Weaste tram stop
An M5000 tram leaving Weaste stop in November 2018.
Location of Weaste in Greater Manchester
|Fare zone information|
|Present status||In operation|
|Opened||12 June 1999|
Weaste is a tram stop on the Eccles Line of Greater Manchester's light rail Metrolink system. It opened to passengers on 12 June 1999 as part of Phase 2 of the network's expansion, and is located the Weaste area of the City of Salford, in North West England.
- 12 minute service to Ashton-under-Lyne (via MediaCityUK at offpeak times).
- 12 minute service to Eccles.
Connecting bus routes
Weaste station is served by First Greater Manchester service 27, which runs to Swinton and to Manchester via Pendleton, First service 33, which runs to Manchester and to Worsley via Eccles, with evening and Sunday journeys continuing to Wigan via Atherton and First service 63, which runs to Manchester and to Brookhouse via Eccles.
- "Transport for Greater Manchester - Journey Planning - Network Maps". Transport for Greater Manchester. Retrieved 9 July 2011.
|Preceding station||Manchester Metrolink||Following station|
|Eccles – Ashton-under-Lyne Line||
Railway Lines in Salford
Past, present and future
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