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Trains from London to Brighouse

Travelling to West Yorkshire from the capital? Grand Central can get you to Brighouse station from London King’s Cross with ease - offering four direct services every weekday, as well as weekend services.

Whether you are travelling back to Yorkshire to get home or taking a break to see friends out of the city, there are plenty of options to suit your agenda.

What is the average journey time from London to Brighouse?

If you take a Grand Central direct train from London King’s Cross to Brighouse station, we can get you there in as little as 2 hours and 38 minutes, although journeys do vary depending on when you are travelling. Weekends and Bank Holiday services can often take a bit longer.

There are also other options with changes at Leeds station or Huddersfield station, which take more time. You can book train tickets to Brighouse for all operators via Grand Central and when viewing your journey online, all Grand Central services are marked with the symbol.

You can check out all the journey options available via our online train timetables.

What is the distance between London and Brighouse?

The distance between London and Brighouse is approximately 166 miles, depending on what route you are taking.

What train ticket do I need from London to Brighouse?

The ticket type you choose will depend on when you wish to travel and who you will be travelling with. A Single ticket will be most suitable if you are only travelling by train one-way, or if you would like to head back to London from Brighouse at some point, then a Return ticket might be best for you.

Specific options range from Advance Single, Super Off-Peak Single, First Class Single and Anytime Single tickets to Super Off-Peak Return, Anytime Return or First Class Anytime Return tickets. An explanation of all ticket types can be found here.

Buying an Advance ticket is generally more cost-effective than if you buy your tickets from the station on the day of travel. If you have a Railcard or are travelling in a group, you may be able to save even further on your ticket.

How do I book tickets from London to Brighouse?

If you are all set to book your tickets to Brighouse from London, then head over to our online booking platform to start the booking process.

Don’t forget to check out our Grand Central blog before you travel for helpful tips and advice.

  • London Kings Cross to Bradford Interchange
    •          Peak services (except Fridays)
               Trains not calling at Pontefract Monkhill
    • Monday - Friday
      London Kings Cross 10:49 14:45       -
      Doncaster 12:35 16:23 22:08
      Pontefract Monkhill 12:58 16:54       -
      Wakefield Kirkgate 13:15 17:14 22:34
      Mirfield 13:27 17:27 23:04
      Brighouse 13:35 17:35 23:16
      Halifax 13:48 17:47 23:27
      Low Moor 13:55 17:54       -
      Bradford Interchange (arrive) 14:02 18:01 23:40
    • Saturday
      London Kings Cross 10:45 14:45 19:45
      Doncaster 12:22 16:22 21:34
      Pontefract Monkhill       -       - 22:03
      Wakefield Kirkgate 12:50 16:53 22:21
      Mirfield 13:02 17:07 22:33
      Brighouse 13:10 17:14 22:41
      Halifax 13:20 17:25 22:54
      Low Moor 13:27 17:32 23:01
      Bradford Interchange (arrive) 13:35 17:41 23:09
    • Sunday
      London Kings Cross 12:45 20:45
      Doncaster 14:30 22:37
      Pontefract Monkhill       -       -
      Wakefield Kirkgate 15:03 23:12
      Mirfield 15:20 23:25
      Brighouse 15:27 23:33
      Halifax 15:42 23:44
      Low Moor 15:50 23:51
      Bradford Interchange (arrive) 16:00 23:58
    • One-way system in operation at London King's Cross
      Please be aware that due to COVID-19 restrictions, a one-way system is in operation at London King's Cross station. Please allow additional time for transfers when travelling to or from the station, particularly when using the London Underground.