Brighouse Railway StationBrighouse Railway station re-opened in 2000 after being closed for more than 30 years. The station was originally opened in 1840 under the company Manchester and Leeds Railway. The station's importance had declined due to other railway lines connecting Manchester and Leeds were built via Halifax and Huddersfield.
Brighouse Railway Station caters for 64,419 people per year (2004-2005). It has hourly services to Bradford, Leeds and Selby, Huddersfield and Wakefied. Leeds-Dewsbury-Brighouse-Sowerby Bridge-Hebden Bridge route also stops at Brighouse.
Platform 1, towards: Huddersfield, Leeds (Dewsbury), Wakefield and London Kings Cross
Platform 2, towards: Hebden Bridge, Leeds (Halifax) and Selby.
Proposals for a line running from Bradford to London via Brighouse were submitted in 2007 and approved. There are 3 trains per day to London Kings Cross from Brighouse, operated by Grand Central Railway.
You can find more information about the train times here.
Information about the Station
Brighouse Railway Station is an unstaffed station however you can contact customer relations on: 0845 00 00 125. It is located on Railway street, off Huddersfield road.