Ladywell tram stop
Ladywell tram stop in November 2018, looking towards the 'dive' under Ladywell roundabout.
Location of Ladywell in Greater Manchester
|Local authority||City of Salford|
|Fare zone information|
|Present status||In operation|
|Original operator||Manchester Metrolink|
|Opened||12 June 1999|
|UK Trams portal|
Ladywell is a tram stop on the Eccles Line of Greater Manchester's light rail Metrolink system. It is located in the Ladywell area of the City of Salford, in North West England, and opened on 12 June 1999 as part of Phase 2 of the system's expansion.
Ladywell boasts a "Park and Ride" car park for Metrolink customer which less than a 3-minute walk from the end of the platforms.
The tram stop itself is named after the nearby roundabout, Ladywell roundabout, which the tram lines tunnel under.
- 12 minute service to Ashton-under-Lyne (via MediaCityUK at offpeak times).
- 12 minute service to Eccles.
Connecting bus routes
Ladywell station is served by First Greater Manchester service 33, which runs to Manchester and to Worsley via Eccles, with evening and Sunday journeys continuing to Wigan via Atherton, First service 63, which runs to Manchester and to Brookhouse via Eccles, First service 68, which runs to Trafford Centre via Eccles and to Bolton via Worsley, Walkden and Little Hulton, Arriva North West Sunday service 70, which runs to Clifton via Eccles and Swinton and to Manchester via Pendleton and Orsdall. First service 484 runs from Eccles to Ladywell before continuing to Prestwich via Swinton.
- "Transport for Greater Manchester - Journey Planning - Network Maps". Transport for Greater Manchester. Archived from the original on 2 November 2012. Retrieved 10 September 2012.
|Preceding station||Manchester Metrolink||Following station|
|Eccles – Ashton-under-Lyne Line||
Railway Lines in Salford
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