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Business as Usual at TNR Stockport

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It may look a little hectic outside our Stockport Branch, but rest assured we will be open for business as usual while the new transport interchange is being built.

The multi-million pound Stockport interchange will provide improved facilities for bus users. It will also see the delivery of easier and improved routes into the town centre and to the railway station, as well as improved accessibility between the interchange and the A6. It is hoped the public park above will be used as a space for events, festivals and community gardening. Around 200 new apartments with cafes and shops on the ground floor are also included in the proposals as part of a 180ft tall building. A new pedestrian and cycle bridge will span from the interchange to Stockport Railway Station.


We’ve been here at Daw Bank since 1923 when the passing traffic was horse-drawn!

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Base of viaduct, Daw Bank – 1947


We built the current premises in 1951


T.N. Robinson Stockport – 1963


We were here in 1979 when they started building the current bus station!

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Work begins on Stockport Bus Terminal – 1979


We’ll be open for business as usual while the new interchange is being built

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Interchange plans with our Stockport Branch on the top right


New one way system

During construction of the main interchange, Daw Bank will be reduced to a single carriageway with traffic permitted into the town centre. Swaine Street will be closed after the entrance to our car park and we are operating a new one way system, please enter from Swaine Street and exit onto Viaduct Street.

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Transport for Greater Manchester


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