Headingley Station :: Shared Description

Headingley station (formerly known as Headingley and Kirkstall station) is off Kirkstall Lane in Leeds, West Yorkshire, on the Harrogate Line 3 miles north west of Leeds. The station was opened in 1849 by the Leeds & Thirsk Railway, later part of the Leeds Northern
The station is halfway between Headingley centre and Kirkstall, just down the road from the Headingley Stadium's rugby and cricket grounds.
by N Chadwick
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SE2635 : Headingley station - passenger lift by Stephen Craven
SE2635 : Headingley Station sign by N Chadwick
SE2635 : Headingley Station by N Chadwick
SE2635 : Headingley Station sign by N Chadwick
SE2635 : Headingley Station by N Chadwick
SE2635 : Headingley Station by N Chadwick
SE2635 : Headingley Station by N Chadwick
SE2635 : Headingley Station by N Chadwick
SE2635 : Headingley Station, platform 2 by Stephen Craven
SE2635 : Headingley Station, platform 1 by Stephen Craven
SE2635 : Headingley Station by N Chadwick
SE2635 : "Dynamic", Headingley station by Stephen Craven


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Created: Fri, 10 Oct 2014, Updated: Fri, 10 Oct 2014

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