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Langworthy Metrolink station

 Langworthy
Metrolink
Tram at Langworthy Metrolink station in 2010
Langworthy is located in Manchester_Metrolink
Langworthy
Location of Langworthy in Greater Manchester
Location
Place Langworthy
Local authority Salford
Coordinates
Grid reference
Platforms 2
Fare zone information
Metrolink Zone H
Present status In operation
Operations
Original operator Metrolink
History
Opened 12 June 1999
UK Trams portal

Langworthy Metrolink station is an 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 in the Langworthy area of the City of Salford, in North West England.

Langworthy Metrolink station is located on the corner of Langworthy Road and Eccles New Road (the A57). The area to the south and west of the station is largely commercial and industrial. The area to the north along Langworthy Road mostly comprises terraced buildings. The area to the east of Langworthy Road is currently undergoing intensive redevelopment.

This Metrolink station lies within ticketing Zone H.

Contents

  • Services 1
    • Service Pattern 1.1
  • Connecting bus routes 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Services

Langworthy tram stop in 2004

Service Pattern

  • 12 minute service to Deansgate-Castlefield via MediaCityUK with double trams.
  • 12 minute service to Eccles with double trams.

Connecting bus routes

Langworthy station is served by three First Greater Manchester services, which are service 27, which runs to Swinton and to Manchester via Pendleton, service 33, which runs to Manchester and to Worsley via Eccles, with evening and Sunday journeys continuing to Wigan via Atherton and service 63, which runs to Manchester and to Brookhouse via Eccles.

Also, stopping nearby is Stagecoach Manchester service 50, branded as City Connect linking Salford Shopping Centre in Pendleton, Salford Crescent railway station, Salford University, Salford Central railway station, Manchester and East Didsbury with Salford Quays and MediaCityUK.[1][2]

References

  1. ^ "Transport for Greater Manchester - Journey Planning - Network Maps". Transport for Greater Manchester. Retrieved 10 September 2012. 
  2. ^ "City Connect 50". Stagecoach Bus. Retrieved 10 September 2012. 

External links

  • Langworthy Stop Information
  • Langworthy area map
Preceding station   Manchester Metrolink   Following station
towards Eccles
Eccles – Piccadilly Line
towards Piccadilly
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