Only just a 'current' station as there are only two trains a day that stop here, Monday to Friday, plus the Grade II-listed station building on Platform 1 is boarded-up but there's a surprising amount to see around the station area.
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Typical North Staffordshire Railway architecture
Behind Platform 2 are at least six overgrown lines and buffers
Note the raspberries!
Behind Platform 1 is the former goods platform
The bricked entrance from Station Street to the goods area
and cobbles or bricks up to the goods platform?
Roof tiles, Platform 1
....and if you're still hungry after eating raspberries there's also an apple tree overhanging Platform 2, from where the unused lines are!