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  • Tags: Luddendenfoot Station
Lloyd Greenwood is on the right with two platform staff in LMS days outside the small Booking Office.
View from the north hillside across Station Road to the coal drops and the goods yard. Date unknown but the station closed in 1962 and the goods yard in 1965. The only evidence there once was a station here is in the name 'Station Road'.

The parish…
LYRS60 The site is now mixed use but the stone gate pillars remain but not in their original position and a distance apart. Note the Victorian postbox in the wall.
LYRS 6066 - 1963. Road overbridge (iron girders on stone abutments) between Mytholmroyd & Luddendenfoot.

The long building seen behind the bridge was formally a mill, but was later occupied by Kenneth Watson, who used it as a hatchery for parent…
LYRS6089. 1963. Disused horse drawn dray belonging to F&H Sutcliffe of Wood Top, Hebden Bridge in the station yard which by then was closed.
LYRS6084. 1963. The now demolished coal drops at the top of Station Road following closure of the station.
LYRS5047n. The Signal Box and siding to the east of the Station below the Congregational Church on Burnley Road.
LYRS60286. 1963 and the then recently closed Goods Shed, now demolished, looking up the line towards Mytholmroyd from the road overbridge. Part of the 'up' platform just visible on the left.
LYRS6074. 1963 the Goods Shed and crane after closure of the station the previous year.
LYRS 6092 - 1963. Gas lamp outside the Booking Office looking down Station Road a year after the station had closed.
LYRS 6068 - 1963. The 'Up' Manchester platform and timber buildings a year after the station closed. The platform had been accessed from the Leeds platform by a footbridge which is just visible on the left.
LYRS 4540 - 1951. General view of platform, buildings, canopy and goods yard looking towards Mytholmroyd as Stainer 4-6-0 5MT. No. 45201 approaches. The station closed to passengers in 1962 and to goods in 1965.
LYRS 2762 - About 1900 with a ‘permanent way ganger’ on the track. The Manchester ‘up’ platform with its timber buildings was accessed by a footbridge from the Leeds ‘down’ platform and it continued under the road bridge at the top of Station Road. …
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