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Sale Water Park Metrolink station

 Sale Water Park
Metrolink
Location
Place Sale Water Park
Local authority Metropolitan Borough of Trafford
Platforms 1 Island
Fare zone information
Present status In operation
History
Opened 2014
UK Trams portal

Sale Water Park Metrolink station is a station for Phase 3b of the Manchester Metrolink. It opened on 3 November 2014.[1] and is on the Airport line on Rifle Road near the Sale Water Park.[2]

The station has a 300-space car park which is free for Metrolink passengers.[3]

Services

Trams run every 12 minutes Cornbrook northbound and towards Manchester Airport southbound.[1]

References

  1. ^ a b "Metrolink - Airport line". Transport for Greater Manchester. Retrieved 19 May 2013. 
  2. ^ "Sale Water Park Metrolink station plans" (PDF). Transport for Greater Manchester. Retrieved 19 Feb 2013. 
  3. ^ ITV Granada News, http://www.itv.com/news/granada/update/2014-10-14/airport-metrolink-extension-to-open-a-year-ahead-of-schedule/

External links

  • Light Rail Transit Association
  • Airport route map
Preceding station   Manchester Metrolink   Following station
Manchester Airport - Cornbrook Line
towards Cornbrook
  Under Construction  
Manchester Airport Line


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