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As I stand on Platform 13 at Piccadilly these days and see lengthy container trains passing through this mega-busy passenger station on their way to Trafford Park I am reminded how useful that line would be today! From Manchester Central along the route you describe to Chinley, then through Peak Dale (where Peak Forest station was), then along the river Wye on what is now the Monsal Trail through Millers Dale, Monsal Dale, to Rowesley and on south to Derby and eventually St Pancras.I was thinking something similar, but instead thinking of the route of the Paddington - Birmingham Snow Hill Blue Pullman as shown in the films "Lets Go To Birmingham" and "Red Hot Railway" (same run but with 'Rush Hour' footage grafted onto the ends) It looks like it leaves Paddington and turns off quite quickly before running to Leamington Spa and then Birmingham. That magnificent line through the Peak District was not closed by Beeching - BR did it several years after the Beeching cuts, just as they tried to close the Settle & Carlisle some years later. Not only did we also lose the Central - Chorlton - Didsbury line, but there was another 'south Manchester' bypass line further north but still south of the city (it passed through the inner southern Mancheser suburbs like Levenshume) specifically built so freight trains could avoid routing through the city centre.In theory, that means a massive by-pass line around South Manchester was removed..useful that would be nowadays!Incidentally, the tracked between Manchester Central and Didsbury is due to be re-used for the Metrolink extension.

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Thanks for any information in advance, I was thinking something similar, but instead thinking of the route of the Paddington - Birmingham Snow Hill Blue Pullman as shown in the films "Lets Go To Birmingham" and "Red Hot Railway" (same run but with 'Rush Hour' footage grafted onto the ends) It looks like it leaves Paddington and turns off quite quickly before running to Leamington Spa and then Birmingham. That magnificent line through the Peak District was not closed by Beeching - BR did it several years after the Beeching cuts, just as they tried to close the Settle & Carlisle some years later. Not only did we also lose the Central - Chorlton - Didsbury line, but there was another 'south Manchester' bypass line further north but still south of the city (it passed through the inner southern Mancheser suburbs like Levenshume) specifically built so freight trains could avoid routing through the city centre.

However by modern standards it must have been very slow.

As I stand on Platform 13 at Piccadilly these days and see lengthy container trains passing through this mega-busy passenger station on their way to Trafford Park I am reminded how useful that line would be today!

Having cycled the Monsal trail earlier this year I agree that it must have been a spectacular line through the peak district.

Google Earth is an excellent resource for spotting old trackbeds, with lines of trees running for miles being a dead giveaway.I followed it to Chinley, where I came across another query.

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