Bradford Forster Square station
Bradford Forster Square is one of two main railway stations in Bradford, West Yorkshire. The other one is Bradford Interchange.
The railway station was moved to its current place in the early 1990s. Before that, it was next to where it is now. In the old place, it was much bigger. A little while after the move, the line was made electric.
The station has some service to London King's Cross. It has regular service to Leeds, Skipton and Ilkley. For most long distance service, passengers must change at Leeds.
Images for kids
View southward, towards buffer-stops in 1961
The original station being demolished and the new station under construction in 1992.
The sign outside Bradford Forster Square station in August 2007
A Class 144 in the old station platforms, now demolished