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The former Levenshulme South station on the South Manchester Loop Line was built around 1892 in a neo-Tudor style. The line closed to passengers in the 1960s and the stations were adapted to various uses.  In 2002 a fireplace company occupied the Levenshulme building but since then it has been taken over by a shop selling tv. The building has been repainted in the store's blue red and white colours.

EWM says: Thank goodness the building is in use, though sadly not for its original purpose. If open today and part of the Metrolink system, St Peters Square would be around 15 minutes away by tram.
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