YOUNG mums will be letting off steam on Friday about platform changes at Marsden railway station.
They are angry that First North Western has moved westbound Manchester services to a platform which is difficult to reach with pushchairs and toddlers in tow.
A group of them plan to demonstrate just how bad the problems are by trying to catch the train to Greenfield.
Protester Fiona Weir said of the train company's actions: "They're doing this to suit themselves.
"They haven't asked what suits us."
The services switched from platform three to platform two about a month ago.
"Platform two has a large gap from the train to the platform and steep steps.
"It is not accessible for people with disabilities and is very difficult or people with pushchairs and young children," said Mrs Weir, a mother of two.
The parents have also invited their local councillors on the trip to highlight their plight.
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