Category:Leeds railway station

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Main Wikipedia article: Leeds railway station
English: Leeds railway station (also known as Leeds City station) is the mainline railway station serving the city of Leeds in West Yorkshire, England. Leeds City Station is the UK's busiest station outside London about 1000 trains pass through the station every day and over 100,000 people pass through the station daily. The station provides connections to London, w:Southampton and the south, Bristol and the West Country, Newcastle, Edinburgh and the north, and Manchester and Liverpool and the west, as well as to local and regional destinations. It is also the terminus for trains running on the scenic Settle to Carlisle line.
Leeds railway station 
Leeds City Station outer platforms.jpg
mainline railway station in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England
Instance of railway station
Named after
Location Leeds, United Kingdom
Owned by
  • Network Rail
  • Network Rail
Date of official opening 1938
Connecting line
Adjacent station
Authority control

53° 47′ 38.4″ N, 1° 32′ 49.2″ W

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