|Location||Harrogate, North Yorkshire|
|Original company||York and North Midland Railway|
|Pre-grouping||York and North Midland Railway|
|20 July 1848||Opened|
|1 August 1862||Closed|
The station, named after the nearby Brunswick Hotel, opened on 20 July 1848 by the Leeds and Thirsk Railway. The station was situated on the north side of Trinity Road, where Trinity Methodist Church now stands. There were two sidings to the west, one serving a small engine shed. When the North Eastern Railway opened the current Harrogate station, this station was considered obsolete and closed on 1 August 1862; it was going to be retained for goods traffic but this idea was short-lived.
The tunnel which formerly served the station still exists, running from a branch just north of Hornbeam Park railway station up toward St Mark's Church, Harrogate. The tunnel was used as an air raid shelter during World War II, and steps leading up to the surface were constructed at the now closed north end of the tunnel, near St Mark's Road.
- "York and North Midland Railway". Yorkshire Gazette. England. 22 July 1848. Retrieved 28 June 2017 – via British Newspaper Archive.
- "Disused Stations: Harrogate Brunswick". Disused Stations. Retrieved 23 June 2017.
- "The Hidden Tunnel Under Harrogate". yorkshiretimes.co.uk. Retrieved 11 October 2019.
|Preceding station||Historical railways||Following station|
|Harrogate||Leeds and Thirsk Railway||Knaresborough|