Chinley Station turns 150 – a walk through history

Chinley station was opened on 2 February 1867.  Here are a selection of photos provided by local historian, Keith Holford.

1902. The original Chinley Station house being dismantled when the lines were widened from 2 to 4. It was rebuilt as Naze House on Maynestone Road.

Date unknown. Chinley Station in full flow.

9 June 1969. Aerial photograph of Chinley Station.

0265 Chinley to Liverpool Return via Bugsworth. Fare 3/-.

654 Chinley to Buxworth Return. 01 Aug 1958.

4115. Manchester Central to Chinley via Buxworth. 05 Oct 1966. fare -/10.

The window removed from the original Chinley Station and now in Naze House, Chinley.

Buildings
There are 5 community buildings in the Parish, in which activities and events take place. These buildings are available for hire.

Chinley & Buxworth Community Centre
21 Lower Lane, SK23 6BE
bookings@chinleyca.org.uk
01663 750521

Chinley W.I. Hall
Lower Lane, SK23 6BD
01663 746000

Buxworth War Memorial Club
Station Rd, SK23 7NJ
01663 732050

Chinley Scout Hut
Forge Road, SK23 6EJ
gsl@chinleyscouts.org.uk
07913 802260

Chinley Chapel
Wash Road, SK23 0QN
hallbookings@chinleyindependentchapel.org.uk
01663 750571