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Serving the Derbyshire town of Buxton, the station was opened in June 1863. Originally two stations were planned, however, the town council believed that the beauty of the local area would be adversely affected, so the stations were built next to each other. Given identical designs, including locally quarried stone, a wrought iron and glass roof, and beautiful semi-circle fan windows. Although most of the two stations were demolished in 1969, the iconic fan windows have been saved.
Sitting in the heart of Buxton, the station is the perfect place for visiting the heritage and attractions of the area, and with the University of Derby nearby, the station serves nearly half a million passengers every year.
It takes around an hour and a half to travel by train from Buxton Station to Manchester Airport.
The walk from the station takes approximately 4 minutes.
There are 53 car parking spaces at Buxton Station.
Buxton Station has 24 secure bike parking spaces.
For more inspiration on how you can spend your day in Buxton, take a look at this handy guide on all the top attractions.