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Title: Bradley Station, Nr. Huddersfield - DNT00273

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Bradley Station, Nr. Huddersfield - DNT00273


Bradley Station a few miles north east of Huddersfield was the first station on the Huddersfield & Manchester Railway (H&MR) after its line branched off the L&YR’s Calder Valley Main Line. The H&MR opened to Huddersfield in 1847 although by then it had amalgamated with the LNWR. Bradley station opened at the same time but was resited in 1849 about the time the H&MR opened between Huddersfield and Stalybridge.

The station is seen here looking in the Huddersfield direction at an unknown date, but after completion of quadrupling the line in 1894. The double tracks in the foreground ran to Heaton Lodge Junction and Mirfield and the tracks veering off to the right to Brighouse.

The station was closed in 1950.


PHDA _ David Taylor Collection


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“Bradley Station, Nr. Huddersfield - DNT00273,” Pennine Horizons Digital Archive, accessed December 2, 2022, http://penninehorizons.org/items/show/36657.

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