Hatton Railway Station

Facts and Figures

Hattersley railway station serves the Hattersley housing estate in Tameside, Greater Manchester, England. The station is 9 miles (14 km) east of Manchester Piccadilly on the Manchester-Glossop Line.

The station is an island platform with a covered footbridge leading to the station's exit. It was opened by British Rail in 1978. It once used to contain a glass waiting room/area, but was later subjected to an arson attack by local youths. It is a 3 car stop. It has car parking spaces and once used incorporate a bus interchange where the 216 bus service run to the station before continuing through Hattersley to the terminus or going to Hyde and Manchester.

Source: Wikipedia

Station Facts

Annual Usage Figures

Year Entry/Exit Interchange
2015 5735 0
2014 5894 0
2013 4720 0
2012 5458 0
2011 5071 0
2010 4831 0
2009 6202 0
2008 4798 0
2007 4366 0

Location Data

  • District Council Ward: Arden
  • UK Parliament Constituency: Kenilworth and Southam
  • County Council Electoral Division: Leek Wootton
  • Civil Parish/community: Shrewley
  • District Council: Warwick District Council
  • County Council: Warwickshire County Council
  • European Region: West Midlands

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Recent Crime Figures

Month Total Crime Antisocial BehaviourTheft from PersonBicycle TheftShopliftingRobberyBurglaryOther TheftVehicle CrimeDrugsWeaponsPublic OrderCriminal Damage & ArsonViolent CrimeOther Crime
January 2016 0 00000000000000
December 2015 0 00000000000000
November 2015 0 00000000000000
October 2015 0 00000000000000
September 2015 0 00000000000000
August 2015 0 00000000000000
July 2015 2 00000000010010

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