Sunday, 29 July 2018

Stocksmoor Railway Station.

Stocksmoor is a small village station approx. 6 miles south of Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, which opened along with the rest of the line on the 1st July 1850. It has been unstaffed since 1966 with only a small passenger demand averaging approx. 450 people using the station per week. This is the last stop north or first south where the track is doubled, the majority of the line having been single track since 1989. It is doubled until the next stop at Shepley to allow trains to pass each other safely.
These pictures were taken on the 21st May 2016 using a Nikon d3300 SLR Camera. There are 11 pictures in total with 7 available here and on Flickr, with another 4 exclusive to Clickasnap only via the links below.

Stocksmoor Railway Station
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Station Road Bridge from Stocksmoor Station.

Stocksmoor Station Southwards.

Shelter at Stocksmoor Railway Station.

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