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St Helens Junction Railway Station - Services
... Trains head west to Liverpool Lime Street and east to one of Manchester Victoria, Manchester Airport or Warrington Bank Quay, with an hourly service to each ... The service to Manchester Airport calls only at Newton-le-Willows on its way to Manchester, whilst many of the Manchester Victoria trains continue to either Stalybridge or Huddersfield ... drops to hourly during the evening, when most eastbound trains run to Manchester Victoria ...
Pendlebury Railway Station
... Pendlebury railway station was a station in the town of Pendlebury in Greater Manchester ... and Hindley line that grew into (and still exists today as) the Manchester Victoria to Wigan Wallgate line ... Heading from Manchester towards Wigan, the proceeding station was at Irlams o' th' Height (closed in 1956), and the following station was at Swinton (still open) ...
Wigan Wallgate Railway Station - History
... and Lostock Junction (west of Bolton on the Manchester to Preston line) on 20 November 1848 ... on the line ran to Liverpool, Bolton, Bury and Manchester ... This provided a faster, more direct route for trains from Manchester and avoided the busy bottleneck around Bolton station ...
Salford Crescent Railway Station
... is one of two railway stations in Salford, Greater Manchester, England ... The station is 1.75 miles (2.82 km) west of Manchester Victoria and 2.25 miles (3.62 km) west of Manchester Piccadilly ... Salford Crescent is located on two main rail lines in Greater Manchester ...
Swinton (Manchester) Railway Station - Reinstatement of Sunday Service
... The new Sunday service sees trains operating between Manchester Victoria and Wigan Wallgate on an hourly basis and calling at all stations along the line (except Ince) ... Trains from Swinton to Manchester Victoria will depart at 942 then hourly at 42 minutes past each hour until 1742 hours ... Return departures from Manchester Victoria being at 1012 then hourly at 12 minutes past each hour until 1812 hours ...

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