Leeds Railway Station serves almost 30 million passengers a year, making it one of the busiest train stations in Britain. The mainline station is a gateway to the city of Leeds, as well as West Yorkshire county where you can visit lavish country estates, fascinating history museums and beautiful parklands.
Trains arrive and depart from 17 platforms. As you walk around the station, you'll notice historic details, such as the soaring Victorian brick-vaulted arches. The station is also connected to the Queens Hotel, an Art Deco landmark. Dine at the elegant restaurant, indulge in a lavish afternoon tea or sip cocktails at the sleek bar before boarding your train.
Leeds Railway Station offers all the services and amenities you'd expect from a modern train station, including bathrooms, newsagencies, cafes, chemists, supermarkets and food outlets. There's also a private lounge for passengers with first-class tickets.
Leeds Railway Station is located in Leeds’ CBD. The main entrance is on New Station Street, with a second entrance on Aire Street. The station offers short-term parking, as well as park-and-ride facilities. Leeds Bradford Airport is a 30-minute drive away.