Leeds Train Station Timetable
Where trains are almost always on time, there are times when trains are delayed, and timetables need to be updated on a regular basis. I thought I would try give you a run down of the Leeds train station timetable, so you can see more or less which areas are served by the station, if you use Metro Travel.
What locations does the Airdale Line serve?
For instance, If you take a look at the Airdale Line, you could get to Saltaire, Bingley, Crossflatts, Keighley, Steeton & Silsden, Cononley and Skipton. From there, you can go on to Lancaster and Morecambe, or follow straight on to Settle and Carlisle.
Where will the Caldervale line take me?
From the Caldervale line, you can get to Bramley, new Pudsey, the Bradford Interchange, Halifax, and from there either on to Huddersfield, or Sowerby bridge, Mytholmroyd and Hebden Bridge. The line then splits again and you could travel to Burnley, Accrington, Blackburn, Preston or Blackpool North. Or, you can carry on straight forward and go to Todmorden, Walsden, Littleborough, Smithy Bridge, Rochdale and Manchester.
You also need to remember that if you use the Metro, and travel outside West Yorkshire, their ticket conditions become null and void. Right, back to where you can go, and looking at the Leeds train station timetable.
How far will the Hallam line go?
The Hallam line is up next, and from there, You can go to Castleford, Wakefield, and Barnsley straight down to Meadowhall in Sheffield. You can also get to Headingley, Harrogate, Knaresford and Headingley using the Harrogate line.
What other destinations can I visit via Leeds Train Station?
The Huddersfield line will take you to Manchester as well, Huddersfield, and Dewsbury, where the Pontefract line will whisk you off to Castleford, of course, pontefract and Knottingley.
The Wakefield line goes past Wakefield, Rotherham, Doncaster and Sheffield, where Wharfedale Line will take you past Menston, Ilkley, and Guiseley. The York & Selby lines take you to Selby, York, and Garforth.
Where will I find further Leeds Train Station Timetable information from?
Its starting to sound like an awful mouthful, but luckily you would be able to find a lot of information from the information desk if you have any problems. I would say that its best to call ahead before your trip, or plan ahead using a travel agency (if you’re going on holiday), or just chat with the information desk if you’re commuting to and from work. That way, you will be kept up to date on all trains, not just your own, and you will know whether or not your train is on time, or delayed due to vandalism etc. (yep, surprisingly, that does happen sometimes.)
Just to whet your appetite, have a look at this cool Leeds Train Station video showing you what to expect from the station throughout the year:
Most of the carriers working from the station also have their own websites, so you can register there as well and get up to date information on any trains, or just track the one you use daily. I mean, that’s pretty easy with today’s technology, right? With almost every mobile phone out there able to access the net,it gives you the train information and timetable at your fingertips, and you would be able to email your boss if the train is overly delayed as well.