Oldham King Street
Metrolink station
A tram at Oldham King Street tram stop in January 2014
LocationOldham, Oldham
Coordinates53°32′25″N 2°07′01″W / 53.5402°N 2.1169°W / 53.5402; -2.1169Coordinates: 53°32′25″N 2°07′01″W / 53.5402°N 2.1169°W / 53.5402; -2.1169
Grid referenceSD923048
Line(s)Oldham and Rochdale Line
Other information
StatusIn operation
Fare zone3
Opened27 January 2014[1]
Original companyManchester Metrolink
Oldham King Street
Oldham King Street
Location within Manchester_Metrolink

Oldham King Street is a tram stop on the Oldham and Rochdale Line (ORL) of Greater Manchester's light-rail Metrolink system and is located opposite Oldham Sixth Form College, at the junction of King Street and Union Street in Oldham, England. The stop opened on 27 January 2014. It is built on the site of the former King Street Baptist Church, which occupied the site from 1862 to 2005. The site was acquired by Compulsory Purchase Order in 2005, and the Church was rebuilt nearby in Chaucer Street with the compensation it received. A plaque, acknowledging this, on a stone pillar from the original church stands on the corner of the site.

Oldham King Street Metrolink station, under construction in February 2013
Oldham King Street Metrolink station, under construction in February 2013

Service pattern

Preceding station   Manchester Metrolink   Following station Westwoodtowards East DidsburyEast Didsbury – Shaw and Crompton LineOldham Centraltowards Shaw and Crompton Westwoodtowards East DidsburyEast Didsbury – Rochdale Town Centre LineOldham Centraltowards Rochdale Town Centre


  1. ^ "> News > Date set for Oldham Metrolink line". Place North West. Retrieved 2 February 2014.