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LYRS2736. The magnificent station building, now Grade I Listed, early 20th century with cabs outside. John Betjeman described the imposing frontage as 'the most splendid in England' and Nikolaus Pevsner considered it to be one of the best stations…

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LYRS 4322 -Station approach and frontage 1910. With the construction of the GNR platforms and lines to the front of the 1855 Station Building in the mid 1880s a new large entrance and facilities building was built on a higher level accessed by the…

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LYRS 2692 - Halifax Station approach. To the right the top of the Italian style station building which opened in 1855 and to the front of that the canopies on the GNR platforms. Two platforms behind the building, still with canopies, remain in use. …

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LYRS 4130 - Horse-drawn Parcels Delivery Van No 120, 2-wheel, & horse-drawn Cab in front of Sowerby Bridge Station.

The imposing Tudor style station building looked down Station Road but was demolished following fire damage in 1978 although the…

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LYRS 2781 - Sowerby Bridge - old station. The first station at Sowerby Bridge opened in October 1840 with the opening of the Manchester & Leeds Railway between Hebden bridge and Normanton. It was situated between Sowerby Tunnel and Rochdale Road and…

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The 1855 station was considerably enlarged in the mid-1880s with this high level approach road over the new lines and sidings. It was operated jointly by the L&YR and the GNR but each had their own platforms, refreshment facilities, waiting rooms and…

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The 1855 station was considerably enlarged in the mid-1880s with this high level approach road over the new lines and sidings. It was operated jointly by the L&YR and the GNR but each had their own platforms, refreshment facilities, waiting rooms and…
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