Notes: The station serves the village of Oughtibridge but the
railways have always spelt the name Oughty Bridge!
The third stop northbound from Sheffield, Oughtibridge was
originally opened in 1845 on the completion of the Woodhead
route but fell victim along with the other stations on the route
in the 1950's thanks to increased car traffic.
The station remains 'protected' by the friends of Oughtibridge
Station so no housing development has happened. In 2003 a group
was set up to get the reinstatement of a passenger service from
Stocksbridge to Sheffield.
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