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Buckley Wells Metrolink station

 Buckley Wells
Metrolink
Location of Buckley Wells in Greater Manchester
Location
Place Bury
Local authority Bury
Coordinates

53°35′15″N 2°18′05″W / 53.5876°N 2.3015°W / 53.5876; -2.3015Coordinates: 53°35′15″N 2°18′05″W / 53.5876°N 2.3015°W / 53.5876; -2.3015

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Buckley Wells Metrolink station is a proposed tram stop on the Bury Line of Greater Manchester's Metrolink light rail system. It is to be located between Bury Interchange and Radcliffe Metrolink station, in the Buckley Wells area of Bury, north of Fishpool and south of Bury town centre.

The proposed site of Buckley Wells Metrolink station, by the A56 road, is owned by Transport for Greater Manchester, was proposed in 2003,[1] offering (in addition to the Metrolink stop and services for southern Bury) a park and ride facility, and opportunity to provide an interchange with the East Lancashire Railway.[2]


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Preceding station   Manchester Metrolink   Following station
    Proposed    
toward Altrincham
Altrincham – Bury Line
Terminus
toward 
Bury – Ashton-under-Lyne Line

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