Driving Lessons Cheadle Hulme
- 12 March 2019
- Posted by: mandy
- Category: Places
Driving Lessons Cheadle Hulme.
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Cheadle’s public transport is now confined to buses operated by several firms. However, from 1866 until 1964, the locality was served by a Cheshire Lines Committee railway station (initially called Cheadle, and from 1950 Cheadle North). Situated 600 yards (550 m) north of the village on the west side of Manchester Road and from 1866 until 1917 by Cheadle LNWR a London & North Western Railway station located next to the railway over bridge near the centre of the village. Both stations were on lines leading from Altrincham to Stockport.
Cheadle no longer has its own railway station, though there are stations in several neighbouring vicinities. Gatley railway station is approximately one mile west of Cheadle village, and the neighbouring areas of East Didsbury (within the City of Manchester’s boundaries), Cheadle Hulme and Heald Green all have stations themselves.
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