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Days out by Rail in Bradford

Bradford Salts Mill


Another northern city with strong industrial roots, Bradford has a proud, multicultural heritage. Home to an incredible selection of tantalising curry-restaurants and stunning architecture, Bradford was even named the world’s first UNESCO City of Film in 2009 – beating Los Angeles and Cannes to the title. 

The West Yorkshire city boasts a host of places to visit close to Bradford Interchange, including historical and cultural attractions such as St. George’s Hall which can be found a mere minute away, the Bradford Police Museum which can be reached within four short minutes, and Bradford City Hall which can also be found just 4-minutes away.

Looking for a place to stop and whet your whistle after your journey? Java Joe’s is located within a minutes’ walk of the station. Or perhaps you’re keen to take in some of the city’s incredible architecture, in which case, both the City Park Mirror Pool and Fountain and the Wool Exchange – which also doubles up as a wonderful shopping experience – are both a short 5-minute walk away.

Our favourite days out – handy guides and information 

Don’t forget to download a copy of our ‘Days out by Rail in Bradford’ to take with you on your next trip! 

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Timetable - WR Southbound

Bradford Interchange to London Kings Cross

  • Peak services (except Fridays)
  • Trains not calling at Pontefract Monkhill
Trains not calling at Pontefract Monkhill
Please be aware that due to COVID-19 restrictions. Please allow additional time for transfers when travelling to or from the station, particularly when using the London Underground.

Timetable - WR Northbound

London Kings Cross to Bradford Interchange