Todmorden bus station

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Todmorden
Buses of Rossendale Transport and FirstGroup in Todmorden Bus Station, West Yorkshire 30 March 2009.jpg
Location Burnley Road, Todmorden
Calderdale
Coordinates 53°42′54″N 2°05′49″W / 53.715°N 2.097°W / 53.715; -2.097Coordinates: 53°42′54″N 2°05′49″W / 53.715°N 2.097°W / 53.715; -2.097
Operated by Metro
Bus stands 5
Bus operators
Connections Todmorden railway station (330 yards [300 m])

Todmorden bus station serves the town of Todmorden, West Yorkshire, England. The bus station is owned and managed by the Metro (WYPTE) and is situated in the town centre, which is accessed from Burnley Road below the rail viaduct.

The station consists of five stands, and is used by First West Yorkshire, TLC Travel and Rosso who operate services to areas around Todmorden and to the towns of Bacup, Burnley, Halifax, Hebden Bridge, Littleborough, Rawtenstall, Rochdale and Walsden. TLC travel operate the local minibuses as of 26 January 2014.[1]

The former Borough of Todmorden was only the second municipality in the British Isles to run motor buses, the service having commenced on 1 January 1907.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Firm loses 13 more bus routes". Halifax Courier. Retrieved 2010-10-31. 
  2. ^ Wilkinson, R. Todmorden Buses: A Century of Service, Nostalgia Road Publications, 2006

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