This was taken on 2nd July 1988 from the cross-platform bridge looking towards Manchester.
Although the line now only goes to Glossop and Hadfield, until the 1960s there was a through service to London (St Marylebone).
Of this picture on Geograph, Peter writes
By 1988, almost all the structure had been sold for use as a restaurant. British Rail retained the "lean to" section nearest the camera as a booking office.
Of this photograph from 1977 Peter writes that it shows the station in substantially its original state with the railway booking hall and waiting room still available.
You can see how the station looks today on Hyde Daily Photo.