Station still open but included for completeness

[Source: Alan Young]

1894 1: 2,500 OS map. The layout of Hebden Bridge passenger station is seen before it was rebuilt in 1891/92, soon after the revision of this map was carried out. The platforms are partially staggered, the Halifax-bound platform (with the main station building) being displaced to the south-east of the Manchester platform, which has a much smaller building. The goods facilities are north-west of the passenger station on the Halifax-bound side, comprising a large warehouse and several sidings, including wagon turntables. South-east of the station, on the opposite side of the running lines, are the signal box and the siding which serves the town’s gas works. The railway continues with four tracks towards Halifax.

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