South Milford railway station
Platform 2 looking West towards Leeds
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|Key dates||Opened 1834|
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The station was opened in 1834 as Milford railway station. The name was changed to South Milford station in 1867.
Facilities at the station are limited - there are shelters on each platform and passenger information screens and ticket machines were installed in 2018 as part of a programme of station improvements by the operator. There is no footbridge or subway.
The station did have buildings and a signal box up until at least 1979 (the main building was one of the last remaining examples of original Leeds and Selby Railway architecture), but these were subsequently demolished.
On Monday to Saturday daytimes, the station is served by a Northern hourly local service, which runs in each direction between Hull Paragon Interchange and Halifax via Leeds and Bradford Interchange. This is an extension of the former Leeds to Selby local stopping service that called here prior to the winter 2019 timetable change. A few additional trains operate at peak times.
On Sundays, there is also an hourly service each way but running between Selby and Leeds only. TransPennine Express services no longer stop here.
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