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Also showing Knot Low and Glebe Farm. Miller's Dale was once important as a railway junction, where passengers for Buxton joined or left the trains between London and Manchester on the old Midland Railway. Since the railway was closed in 1964 the station has become a car park and Miller's Dale's is now noted as a small village useful as a base for exploring the local scenery. The hamlet is still dominated by the massive railway viaducts across the Wye valley.