Honley train station has been open since 1850 and provides daily train services for the village of Honley, Holme Valley, West Yorkshire. Sitting on the Penistone Line, the station precedes Berry Brow and follows Brockholes. The station has services available daily to both Huddersfield and Sheffield. An hourly service arrives from Monday through to Sunday en route to Huddersfield. The fastest journey time for this route is 10 minutes, with stops at Berry Brow and Lockwood. The city of Sheffield is just over 1 hour away from Honley station via train. Services arrive hourly, and stops include Penistone, Dodworth, and Meadowhall.
The station has one platform accessible via steps from Gynn Lane. There is no step-free access at Honley station due to the steps that lead to platform 1, the closest station with step-free access is Huddersfield. Facilities at the station include a shelter for passengers awaiting their train, additional seating, and a free car park for anyone who travels from Honley. There are no ticketing facilities available.
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