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.

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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