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One of the busiest stations outside London with 17 platforms, Leeds originally opened in 1938, undergoing a huge modernisation programme throughout 2002 and 2008.
Situated on a hill, supported by old Victorian brick-vaulted arches, the station overlooks the city centre. Known as the ‘Dark Arches’ in the 1800s, the name remains to this day, and the area is full of quaint boutiques and bohemian craftspeople.
Just outside the station is the famous Queen’s Hotel - a luxury 4-star hotel, offering sumptuous suites, and conference facilities, and it’s just a short stroll to the city centre with all its attractions.
It’s approximately 20 minutes by the Flying Tiger bus service. Running every 30 minutes, 7 days a week, it’s the easiest way to reach Leeds Bradford airport.
The city centre is so close, just a brief 4-minute walk!
Yes, there are 299 car park spaces, including Blue Badge spaces.
Being so popular with cyclists, Leeds has 440 cycle storage spaces. These include sheltered storage and CCTV.
Inspired to find out more about Leeds? The following guide outlines all the amazing attractions and things to do while you’re in Leeds.