Salford Crescent Railway Station :: Shared Description

Salford Crescent Station opened in 1987. It is one of two railway stations in Salford, the other being Salford Central.

The station consists of a single island platform with a ticket office and waiting room. It is also signposted as "For University of Salford", as the station is located in between the University's Peel Park Campus and the Frederick Road Campus.

Salford Crescent is on two main rail lines. It forms the point of a split in the Manchester-Preston Line, with local services running on to Manchester Victoria and long-distance services going to Manchester Piccadilly. It is also part of the line between Manchester and Southport. Due to its location it is frequently used as an interchange between the two lines.
by David Dixon
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SJ8198 : Salford Crescent Station by David Dixon
SJ8198 : Salford Crescent Station by Gerald England
SJ8198 : Salford Crescent Station by Gerald England
SJ8198 : Salford Crescent from Salford Crescent by Gerald England
SJ8198 : Salford Crescent Station by Gerald England
SJ8198 : Salford Crescent Railway Station by David Dixon
SJ8198 : Sprinter at Salford Crescent by David Dixon
SJ8198 : Salford Crescent Railway Station by David Dixon
SJ8198 : Salford Crescent Station by Gerald England
SJ8198 : Lines at Salford Crescent by Gerald England
SJ8198 : Salford Crescent railway station by Jonathan Hutchins
SJ8198 : Salford Crescent Station by Gerald England


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Created: Fri, 21 Mar 2014, Updated: Fri, 21 Mar 2014

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