Driving Lessons Gatley
- 12 March 2019
- Posted by: mandy
- Category: Places
Driving Lessons Gatley. The M56 and M63 (now the M60) were opened in 1974, bypassing Gatley and joining with each other at Kingsway. PassersHub now offers driving lessons in the Gatley area as well as Motor way Driving Lessons.
Turnpikes opened across Stockport from 1725, with the road through Gatley being amongst the last, in 1820. This was the main road through Cheadle, Gatley, Altrincham and Northwich. By July 1822, the fast coach along the road from Stockport to Liverpool via Warrington made it possible to spend six hours in Liverpool and return on the same day.
Gatley had no public transport until 1896, when a postmaster started a cab service. In 1898 Mr Potts began to operate a service to Stockport with a single (horse drawn) omnibus, continuing until the arrival of the electric tram in 1904. Electric trams began to run in Stockport in 1902, with the service to Gatley (terminating at the Horse and Farrier) opening in March 1904. In Gatley, trams were replaced by buses in 1931. The trams were not wholly reliable: broken rear axles were common and the trams often disengaged from the electric cable.
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