Calder Valley Line

There are direct trains from Huddersfield to Brighouse, Halifax, Low Moor and Bradford.

Services on Sundays continue via New Pudsey to Leeds.

There are no direct trains to the upper Calder Valley, including Sowerby Bridge, Mytholmroyd, Hebden Bridge, Todmorden and Walsden. You will need to change train.
Sowerby Bridge station Picture:Yorkshire.guide Where to change will vary depending on time of travel and destination and is likely to differ on outbound and inbound journeys.

Do check with live journey planners for these journeys, but on weekdays and Saturdays the most likely changing point on outbound journeys from Huddersfield is Brighouse. On inbound journeys it will be Halifax or Dewsbury, depending on time and station of departure. The connection at Dewsbury requires travel both ways through Mirfield and Ravensthorpe stations and there is an extra charge for this journey.

On Sundays, Halifax is the usual changing point in both directions.

There are no trains to Elland. While a new station there has long been proposed, it remains one of the largest towns in Yorkshire with a passenger service running through it that does not have a station.

PLEASE NOTE: This travel study is provided for basic guidance and indicates the general daytime pattern of Monday to Saturday trains. We recommend checking your route on journey planners before travelling, particularly in the evening and on Sundays.


Useful web links

Northern Timetables    Northern timetable 36 covers this service.

Metro   West Yorkshire passenger transport authority Metro's website (external link)
National Rail   National Rail Enquiries and journey planner (external link)

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