Cononley railway station is in North Yorkshire in the heart of the little community of Cononley. It was opened in the mid-19th century by the Leeds and Bradford Extension Railway and served the surrounding area for just over a century before shutting due to a lack of passenger numbers in 1965. British Rail later reopened the station in the late ‘80s added new services and facilities. Today, the station has two platforms and is managed and operated by Northern. It’s an unstaffed station, but there is a ticket machines on the platform along with a crossing, and digital screen displaying timetable information. In weekdays, there is a twice hourly direct service to Skipton in 8 minutes, Leeds in 37 minutes, and Bradford Forster Square in 32 minutes.
Within walking distance of the station, there are several cosy pubs serving ales and British grub, a riverside campsite, a village park and playground, and the Cononley Cricket Club. Look out for village events at the Cononley Village Institute.
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