Sale tram stop

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Sale
Metrolink
Sale Station - geograph.org.uk - 1749829.jpg
Sale is one of the network’s converted heavy-rail stations
Sale is located in Manchester_Metrolink
Sale
Sale
Location of Sale in Greater Manchester
Location
Place Sale
Local authority Trafford
Coordinates 53°25′28″N 2°19′08″W / 53.4244°N 2.3190°W / 53.4244; -2.3190Coordinates: 53°25′28″N 2°19′08″W / 53.4244°N 2.3190°W / 53.4244; -2.3190
Grid reference SJ788919
Platforms 2
Fare zone information
Metrolink Zone F
Present status In operation
Operations
Original operator MSJAR
Pre-grouping company MSJAR
Post-grouping company MSJAR
London Midland Region of British Railways
History
Opened 20 July 1849
Closed as rail station 24 December 1991
Conversion to Metrolink operation 15 June 1992
Former name Sale Moor (1856)
Sale & Ashton on Mersey (1883)
Renamed 1931
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Sale is a tram stop on the Altrincham Line of the Metrolink light-rail system in Sale, Greater Manchester, England. It opened on 15 June 1992 as part of Phase 1 of Metrolink's expansion. Prior to this it was a railway station.

History

In 1988, as a British Rail station
In 2006, prior to refurbishment
The current exterior of the station

The station originally opened as Sale on 20 July 1849 by the Manchester, South Junction and Altrincham Railway (MSJAR). Renamed as Sale Moor in 1856, as Sale & Ashton on Mersey in 1883 and as Sale in 1931. Closed as a British Rail station on 24 December 1991. Reopened as a Metrolink station on 15 June 1992.

Sale Station appears during the opening titles of Pro Evolution Soccer 2.[1]

Services

Sale is on the Altrincham Line with trams towards Altrincham stopping every 6 minutes during the day, Mondays to Saturdays, every 12 minutes Monday to Saturday evenings and Sundays. Trams also head towards Manchester and Bury, with the Monday to Saturday daytime service running every 12 minutes each to Etihad Campus or Bury, while evening and Sundays journeys run to Etihad Campus only with journeys to Bury requiring a change of trams at Piccadilly Gardens.[2]

Service pattern

  • 10 trams per hour to Altrincham (5 offpeak)
  • 5 trams per hour to Bury (peak only)
  • 5 trams per hour to Piccadilly

Connecting bus routes

Sale station is well served by bus services, due to the close proximity to the town centre, with several services stopping outside the station and some services stopping around the town centre.[3]

Services that stop outside the station:

References

  1. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7MtBqQBL5go at 0:14
  2. ^ "Metrolink - Tram Times - Sale". Metrolink. Retrieved 13 February 2013. 
  3. ^ "Network Maps". Transport for Greater Manchester. Archived from the original on 2 November 2012. Retrieved 10 September 2012. 

Further reading

External links

  • Sale Stop Information
  • Sale area map
  • More photos of this station
Preceding station   Manchester metrolink logo.PNG Manchester Metrolink   Following station
towards Altrincham
Altrincham – Bury Line
towards Bury
Altrincham – Piccadilly Line
towards Piccadilly
Disused railways
Altrincham
Line and station open
  Cheshire Lines Committee
Mid-Cheshire Line
  Manchester Central
1880–1969
Line and station closed
  BR (London Midland Region)
Mid-Cheshire Line
  Manchester Oxford Road
1969–89
Line closed, station open
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