Denton railway station is a station in Denton, Greater Manchester, on the Stockport–Stalybridge line, famous for having one train a week in one direction only, christened the "Denton Flyer". With 30 passenger entries and exits between April 2011 and March 2012, Denton was the third-least used station in Great Britain. By 2015–16 the estimate of station usage had changed little, with 37 passenger journeys recorded for an entire year on the weekly train to Stalybridge. The next station along the line at Reddish South had just 18 recorded passenger journeys during this same year and both stations are in the top six least-used railway stations in the United Kingdom.
The orientation of the line running south-west to north-east is a clue to the origin of Denton Station: it stands on the former mainline of the London & North Western Railway between Crewe and Leeds via Stockport.