Sunday, 29 April 2018
Denby Dale Railway Station and Viaduct.
Denby Dale Railway Station and Viaduct is a set of 14 pictures taken in May 2016 using a Nikon d3300 SLR camera. There are 10 available to see here and on Flickr with an additional 4 exclusive to Clickasnap.
Denby Dale is a single platform station that sits at the northern end of a 21 arch viaduct that carries the Penistone line across the valley. The station opened as a 2 platform operation in 1850 by the Huddersfield and Sheffield Junction Railway company, and was reduced to a single platform operation in 1969. Disabled access is difficult and the station has limited facilities. Trains operate hourly in both directions during the week and 2 hourly on a Sunday.
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