Rudyard Lake Station

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Date:1950 - 1959 (c.)

Description:A "down" local passanger service passes the western end of Rudyard Lake.

By the time this photo was taken Rudyard Lake station, no more than a halt, was a request stop.

Rudyard station is at the other end of the lake and was much bigger. The next stations for this train would have been Rushton then Bosley, after which it would join the main line to Macclesfield at North Rode junction.

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