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Video Credits

Filmed by: Andrew Gardiner
Filmed In: January 2018
Narrators: Andrew Gardiner
Local Operations Manager: Lisa Butte
Signaller: Andy Smith
Video Editors: Andrew Gardiner

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Key Chronology

1846 Miles Platting to Stalybridge opened by Ashton, Stalybridge & Liverpool Junction Railway.
1847 Ashton, Stalybridge & Liverpool Junction Railway became part of the Manchester & Leeds Railway.
1847 Manchester & Leeds Railway became part of Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway.
1861 Oldham, Ashton & Guide Bridge Railway opened between Ashton and Guide Bridge.
1911 Great Central Railway opened Ashton Fork line to link to the Oldham, Ashton & Guide Bridge Railway, creating Ashton Moss North and South Junctions.


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