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Newton for Hyde railway station, serves the Newtonmarker area of Hyde, Greater Manchestermarker in Greater Manchestermarker. Newton for Hyde is 12 km (7 miles) east of Manchester Piccadillymarker station and managed by Northern Rail.

It was opened by the Sheffield, Ashton-Under-Lyne and Manchester Railway as "Newton and Hyde" in 1841 however the station signage referred to the station as just plain "Newton". The official name on tickets is "Newton for Hyde" to avoid confusion with Newton marker andfrom July 2007 new signage was installed with the legend 'Newton For Hyde'.


There is generally a half-hourly daily service Monday to Sunday daytimes to Manchester Piccadilly westbound and Glossopmarker/Hadfieldmarker eastbound with an hourly evening service in each direction .

A half-hourly service operates on Sunday daytime with slightly different times to the rest of the week.


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