Nestled on the edge of the Pennines in West Yorkshire, Walsden Railway Station serves the village of Walsden with regular Northern trains operating on the Caldervale Line. Trains from Walsden run on a generally hourly basis, with southbound services running to Manchester Victoria and northbound to Leeds via Dewsbury with extra trains at peak times. In evenings, trains remain hourly, but run via Halifax. On Sundays, trains eastbound services run to Blackburn.
Holding the dubious honour of being the only location in Todmorden to suffer bombing during the Blitz, Walsden Railway Station today is in good order with frequent passengers across the north. There is no station car park, but cyclists may stow their cycles securely at the station ahead of travel. As there are no ticketing provisions available at this station, passengers should purchase tickets in advance or on board the train. Both platforms have waiting shelters with bench seating. There is step-free access via ramp throughout the station.
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