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Hollyoaks Guilden

Guilden (named after the village of Guilden Sutton) is a minor station on the north east periphery of Chester. The station serves the local village and a link to the M53 and an unmodelled (behind the hedge) car park make's it a park and ride rail head to the city centre explaining the very frequent train service. The line through Guilden  is also used by loco hauled passenger and goods trains. Some goods trains serve the steel work, paper mill, and industrial estates to the west of Chester.
Guilden is to be converted from Fish Lake.


 The fiddle yard

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