SideTracked - Acton Bridge
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About Acton Bridge Station
Acton Bridge railway station is near the village of Acton Bridge, Cheshire, in the northwest of England.
The station was opened in 1837 as Acton by the Grand Junction Railway but was later renamed Acton Bridge in 1870.
The station, and all the trains that stop here, are operated by London Midland on their service between Liverpool - Crewe, Stafford and Birmingham. However, the majority of trains pass through the station without stopping.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum