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Blythe Bridge

Blythe Bridge is a village in Staffordshire, in the area known as the Staffordshire Moorlands, but is effectively a suburb of Stoke-on-Trent.

It takes its name from a bridge over the River Blithe, a small river which flows through the village.

The railway station was opened in 1848, on the line between Crewe and Derby.

Places in Blythe Bridge

Blythe Bridge Station