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Located just a few miles away from Manchester City Centre, Bury is a bustling town and a popular destination in its own right with museums and art galleries, busy market and a fantastic retail offering.

Bury Market
Caption: Bury Market
Bury Transport Museum Exhibits
Caption: Bury Transport Museum Exhibits
Bury in Bloom
Caption: Bury in Bloom

Historically, Bury was a mill town which centred on textile production and it was in fact the Brooksbottom Mill in Summerseat which launched Bury’s role in the cotton industry. Industry increased for the area when the town was connected to the national canal system by the Manchester Bolton and Bury Canal in the early nineteenth century.

As well as its industrious history, Bury is renowned for being the birthplace of Sir Robert Peel, the founder of the British Police Force, a monument of him can be found outside the parish church in the centre of the town.

Central to the culture of Bury is its museums, of which visitors can find three within easy reach of the station; Bury Transport Museum, Fusilier Museum and Bury Art Museum. Food also features prominently within the town and Bury Market is a must visit destination with its array fresh produce and local delicacies, including the renowned Bury Black Pudding.

Just around the corner from the station is The Met Theatre which hosts a wide array of productions and musical performances. Why not break up the day with some retail therapy? The Millgate Shopping Centre as well as modern shopping precinct, The Rock, offer a great choice of high street stores that cater for every taste and budget, including Primark, Topshop, Debenhams and Next.

Five Fantastic Things to See and Do in Bury

  1. Bury Transport Museum
  2. Bury Market
  3. Fusilier Museum
  4. Bury Art Museum
  5. The Met Theatre

You can find fares to and from Bury Bolton Street Station, and a map to help you find us, below.

Fares to and from Bury Bolton Street Station
 Adult ReturnAdult SingleConcession ReturnConcession SingleChild ReturnChild Single
Heywood £8.00 £5.30 £7.00 £4.70 £5.00 £3.30
Summerseat / Ramsbottom £8.00 £5.30 £7.00 £4.70 £5.00 £3.30
Irwell Vale / Rawtenstall £11.00 £7.40 £10.00 £6.70 £7.00 £4.70
Map

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  • Postcodes for Sat-Nav

    If using Sat-Nav please use the postcodes below:

    • Heywood: OL10 1LX
    • Bury: BL9 0EY
    • Summerseat: BL9 5QY
    • Ramsbottom: BL0 9AL
    • Irwell Vale: BL0 0QG
    • Rawtenstall: BB4 6AG
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    Bury

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The East Lancashire Light Railway Company Limited registered in England and Wales. Registered office: Bolton Street Station, Bolton Street, Bury, Lancashire, BL9 0EY Registered number: 02023981