Bradford Forster Square station :: Shared Description

The original northern station in Bradford was built in the 1840s and by 1853 was owned by the Midland Railway and called Market street; from 1924 it took the name Forster Square. In 1990 this ornate station was replaced by a smaller, simpler one of the same name a few hundred metres further north (i.e. away from the city centre). Services from Leeds and Skipton were electrified in 1994, and improved with new rolling stock and more frequent services when Leeds central station was rebuilt in 2001.
by Stephen Craven
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SE1633 : Bradford Forster Square: Platforms 1 and 2 by Stephen Craven
SE1633 : Bradford Forster Square: Skipton train by Stephen Craven
SE1633 : Entrance to Forster Square station by Stephen Craven
SE1633 : Bradford Forster Square Station by Stephen McKay
SE1633 : Colonnade of the Midland Hotel, Bradford by Stephen Craven
SE1633 : Corporation of London arms in Bradford by Stephen Craven
SE1633 : Bradford Forster Square: Leeds train by Stephen Craven


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Created: Sun, 13 Sep 2015, Updated: Sun, 13 Sep 2015

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