Yorkshire and the Humber
|Track gauge||1,435 mm (4 ft 8 1⁄2 in) standard gauge|
The Leeds-Bradford Lines services are those included in the West Yorkshire Metro area system of Lines.
The services include those on the following Lines:
Those services serve the following places from Leeds railway station, to which West Yorkshire MetroCards are available; there are two routes:
- to Bradford Interchange was on the Great Northern Railway (GNR) line; some stations are closed:
- Holbeck High Level station (closed 1962 when service was from Leeds Central station)
- Armley Moor (closed 1966)
- Bramley (closed 1966, reopened 1983)
- New Pudsey (opened 1967)
- Stanningley for Farsley (closed 1967)
- Laisterdyke (closed 1966)
- Bradford Interchange station: was Bradford Exchange - joint GNR/Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway owned
- to Bradford Forster Square Midland Railway owned; many stations closed, served the following places:
- Holbeck Low Level station (closed 1958)
- Armley Canal Road (closed 1965)
- Kirkstall (closed 1965)
- Kirkstall Forge (closed 1905). Plans are afoot to reopen Kirkstall Forge station by 2013/14.
- Newlay (closed 1965)
- Calverley and Rodley (closed 1965)
- Apperley Bridge and Rawdon (closed 1965) Plans are afoot to reopen Apperley Bridge station by 2013/14.
- Frizinghall (closed 1965, reopened 1987)
- Manningham (closed 1965)
- Bradford Forster Square station