Chapel-en-le-Frith railway station

Chapel-En-Le-Frith Railway Station

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Chapel-en-le-Frith railway station (formerly Chapel-en-le-Frith South) serves the town of Chapel-en-le-Frith, Derbyshire, England. It is 33 km (20½ miles) south east of Manchester Piccadilly on the Buxton Line from Manchester. It was built in 1863 for the LNWR on its line from Whaley Bridge to Buxton. as an extension of the Stockport, Disley and Whaley Bridge Railway.

In 1867, the Midland Railway built a station (known as Chapel-en-le-Frith Central) on the Sheffield and Midland Railway Companies' Committee line from Millers Dale to Chinley. The town therefore had a main line connection from Manchester to London featuring expresses such as the 'Palatine' and the 'Peaks'. However, with the closure of the ex Midland route from Chinley to Rowsley to passenger traffic in 1967, Central station was closed. The Midland line is still in situ and used for freight to and from Peak Forest.

The station is one of very few to retain its walkway to cross between platforms, most stations having had footbridges installed.

The former station master's house is currently used as a restaurant called "Brief Encounter".


There is generally an hourly service each day to Manchester Piccadilly northbound. Besides this, three northbound trains per day continue to Blackpool North (0701, 1639, 1708), with one train per day continuing to Clitheroe (0608), Wigan North Western (0634),...
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