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Huddersfield Car Park

The lifts are out of order between Huddersfield and Manchester Stations at Huddersfield station.

Car Park Closure "У Effective until Spring 2026

Due to the TransPennine Route Upgrade works taking place at this station, this car park is currently closed.

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Huddersfield Train Station facilities

While Leeds Station is the busiest in Yorkshire, Huddersfield is a close second, seeing almost 5 million passengers annually. Opened in 1850, its stunning neoclassical facade helped the building earn a Grade I listing, and with a 1 million pound makeover in 2009, it went on to be awarded the Europa Nostra for outstanding architecture.

The station frontage includes two popular pubs -The Head Of Steam and The King's Head, one on either side of the main entrance, and both travellers and locals alike can often be seen spilling out onto the street.

Making the station their home are two much-loved cats - Felix and Bolt. Both have roamed the platforms since kittenhood, and they even have their own catflap, enabling them to bypass the ticket office (where would they carry their change to buy their tickets, after all?).

In 2016, Felix was promoted to Senior Pest Controller, a role he takes very seriously, and his likeness hangs in the Station, painted by artist Rob Martin. Bolt has only been at the station since 2018 but as Junior Pest Controller, he is doing very well.

If you are heading to Huddersfield on a day out, Northern has a number of ticket options that enable you to save money for your trip. These include the Family and Friends Railcard and Advance tickets for those that enjoy being organised.

How far is Manchester Airport from Huddersfield Station?

It takes around an hour to get from the station to Manchester Airport by train.

How long is the walk from Huddersfield Station to Huddersfield city centre?

Taking Market Street, you can walk between the city centre and Huddersfield Station in about five minutes.

What car park facilities does Huddersfield Station have?

There are 28 car parking spaces at Huddersfield Station.

Are there secure bike storage facilities at Huddersfield Station?

Huddersfield Station has storage facilities for 35 bikes, which include CCTV.

How many platforms are there at Huddersfield Station?

Huddersfield Station has 4 platforms.

What does Huddersfield Station have in the way of facilities?

  • Toilets - including baby changing facilities
  • Station Buffet
  • Shops
  • ATM
  • Telephones - coins and card
  • Disabled Access - step-free access throughout, with ramps, wheelchairs and Induction Loops available

What popular destinations are available from Huddersfield Station?

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