In the Guide Bridge area, there once was a station called Dukinfield Dog Lane. What became of that station site?
I reckon that it was one side or other of Astley Street as that road’s bridge over the railway is called Dog Lane Bridge on an 1894 map. There isn’t much room between the Peak Forest Canal and the bridge, so it was more likely on the east side of the bridge. However, the lines have been quadrupled, which probably removed all trace of the old station.
EDIT: I have found a reference to Astley Street previously being called Dog Lane. There was also Dog Lane Basin on the canal, just north of the bridge where Ashton Street crossed it; coal from Dewsnap Colliery was brought down to the basin.
What should it be (approximately)?
Some lazy journalist will no doubt call that a "Beeching closure!"Dukinfield Dog Lane was opened 17th November 1841 and closed 23rd December 1845.
Another station on a slightly different site near to the first, called Dog Lane.
It was re-opened 1st May 1846 and finally closed 1st November 1847.
Dukinfield Central (1864-1959) was situated on Wharf Street, adjacent to the Peak Forest Canal. It was on the Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire line that connected Guide Bridge to Stalybridge. There were two intermediate stations....Surely 'Dukinfield Central' was a separate station on a different line, i.e. between Guide Bridge and Ashton?