Bury Bolton Street Station

Bury is a busy market town, just a few miles from Manchester City Centre. It’s the home of the Bury Transport Museum and our ELR operations.

Must See Destination

Right in the centre of this bustling, vibrant town, you’ll find our Bury Bolton Street Station. It’s a must-see destination for anyone riding the ELR, because there’s so much to see and do here.

The station itself is a beautiful example of the ELR’s heritage, and right across the road you’ll find an old goods warehouse that’s now home to the Bury Transport Museum. Bolton Street Station is where you’ll find our booking office and gift shop.

Find out more about everything Bury has to offer.

Heritage & Shopping

Nearby, Bury has lots of other brilliant museums to explore, art galleries to visit, and theatres to see. Watch a play or concert, wander round Bury Market and sample a world-famous Bury Black Pudding or indulge in a bit of retail therapy at two top shopping centres.

Food & Drink

There are dozens of brilliant places to eat and drink in and around Bury. Stay local at the station at The Trackside pub, grab a snack at Bury Market or enjoy an evening meal at The Rock. You’ll be spoilt for choice.

Getting Here




Bury Bolton Street Railway Station is located in the heart of Bury Town Centre. The best way to get here from Manchester is via the Metrolink. If you’re driving, take junction 2 off the M66.


Parking is limited at Bury due to its town centre location, and charges apply. There is a small pay and display car park at the station, managed by Bury Metropolitan Borough Council, and several other car parks around the area.

If you are visiting Bury Transport Museum you can park in Castlecroft Yard, outside the museum building. Please note this car park is not available during special events.

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The station’s booking office, information office and shop are located at street level with the platforms accessible either directly via stairs, or down a gradual incline to the side of the station. Disabled parking bays are available.

The station’s pub, The Trackside is located on platform 2 and has good level access from the station car park. Toilets, including an accessible toilet with baby changing facilities, are located on the same platform.

Platforms 3 and 4 can be either accessed via the stairs from the main concourse or via the stations ‘barrow crossing’, which can be used if escorted by a member of staff. On this platform you’ll also find our Buffet which has good access. The platform also boasts an accessible toilet and baby changing facilities.