Honley Railway Station

Facts and Figures

Honley railway station serves the village of Honley in the Holme Valley of West Yorkshire, England. Honley station lies approximately 3 miles (4.8 km) from Huddersfield on the Penistone Line operated by Northern Rail.

The station was opened by the Huddersfield & Sheffield Junction Railway (a constituent company of the Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway) in 1850.

The railway line through Honley has been single since 1989, with only one platform (the former northbound one) in use for both directions (the derelict southbound one is however still visible, as can be seen in the accompanying photograph).

In August 2013, plans were released to install electronic customer real-time information screens (CIS) at the station. It was later revealed by Metro that they will be installed in May/June 2014.

Source: Wikipedia

Station Facts

Annual Usage Figures

Year Entry/Exit Interchange
2018 17992 0
2017 21198 0
2016 11217 0
2015 12594 0
2014 9902 0
2013 9604 0
2012 10490 0
2011 11802 0
2010 12882 0
2009 11772 0
2008 9993 0
2007 9546 0

Location Data

  • UK Parliament Constituency: Colne Valley
  • Civil Parish/community: Holme Valley
  • Metropolitan District Ward: Holme Valley North
  • Metropolitan District: Kirklees Borough Council
  • European Region: Yorkshire and the Humber

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