The station was built in 1846 and was designed by renowned architect James Pigott Pritchett, the station has long been a symbol of Huddersfield’s rich history and architectural brilliance.

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Being the second busiest station in West Yorkshire, just behind Leeds, Huddersfield Train Station is not just a transport hub but a testament to the town and the station’s importance in the region’s connectivity. Its recognition by Time Out highlights the station’s functionality and beauty, this is a rare combination that is often overlooked in most modern designs.

For the town of Huddersfield, this accolade serves as a reaffirmation of its heritage and its potential. The recognition of this feature is bound to grow local pride and could very well impact tourism, benefitting lots of local businesses.