Manchester Ranger?

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heart-of-wessex

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Hi

Is there such thing as a Manchester Ranger (forgot the name) anymore? I bought one last year, and was valid to Wigan, Marple, Hatfield (Manchester) ect
was quite cheap, but looking on the NR site, theres nothing of the sort!

Can anyone help me?

cheers,
James.
 
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metrocammel

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£5??? for all of that map and the trams? !!!! christ pennies!!
(10 if your travelling at the evening
It is totally not to scale though!! To put it into perspective, Manchester to Eccles is a 7- 10 minute journey max. However Manchester to Smithy Bridge is a 25- 30 min journey, so it a bit further, but £5 isn't bad value. But a GM Ranger is £3, and lets you travel the same distance by rail, and in the "CTLZ" on the trams, and very soon the Metrolink line to Bury will be closed for track work, so it wouldnt be good value at all to buy a Daysaver "TM".
 
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