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Report - Mayfield Manchester (get well soon ojay)

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Some consider Mayfield a n00b explore but i still find it a fascinating place.Im led to believe its up for demo so if you wanna see it before its gone get down or should i say up .The warehouse underneath the platform is now empty and ive not seen it empty in over three years which says to me the demo rumours maybe true.Visited with ojay and Andy_x,we managed to gain access to a few rooms which were out of bounds normally.

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Manchester Mayfield is a former railway station in Manchester, England. It is located on the south side of Fairfield Street, next to Manchester Piccadilly station.
Opened on 8 August 1910 by the London & North Western Railway Manchester Mayfield was built alongside Manchester London Road station (later Piccadilly) to handle the increased number of trains and passengers following the opening of the Styal Line in 1909. It was connected to London Road via a high-level footbridge. It was mainly used by suburban services to the south of Manchester, but a number of main line services used it during busy periods.

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Mayfield suffered the effects of bombing during World War II, when it was hit by a land mine (parachute mine). It came into its own for a brief period during the electrification and modernisation of what was to become Piccadilly Station in the late 1950s, when many services were diverted to it after a restoration of sorts. It was closed to passengers on 28 August 1960.

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The site was converted into a parcels depot which opened on 6 July 1970. Royal Mail constructed a sorting office on the opposite side of the main line and connected it to Mayfield with an overhead conveyor bridge which crosses the throat of Piccadilly Station. The depot closed in 1986 following the decision by Parcelforce, Royal Mail's parcels division, to abandon rail transport in favour of road haulage. The building has remained disused ever since, with the tracks into Mayfield removed in 1989 as part of the remodelling of the Piccadilly Station layout. The sorting office was briefly reused as an indoor karting track, but has now been rebuilt as prestige offices; the parcel conveyor bridge was removed in 2003.

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Ledger from 1963.

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Hope your on ya feet soon ojay.

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Thanks for looking....Oldskool