Saltaire Station

The Bentham Line

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Saltaire Station

A UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Saltaire station is adjacent to Salts Mill, a former textile mill, now an art gallery, shopping centre, and restaurant complex. The mill has many paintings by the renowned local artist David Hockney on display. Close by is the Leeds-Liverpool Canal and River Aire. Roberts Park is situated on the north bank of the Aire a short walk away. Beyond the park is the volunteer-run Shipley Glen Tramway.

Salts Mill and Saltaire Village, to the south of the railway were built by Sir Titus Salt, a leading industrialist, in 1851 as a Victorian model village in Shipley and are considered a landmark example of enlightened 19th century urban planning.

Monday to Saturday: half-hourly service to Leeds, hourly service to Bradford Forster Square and three trains per hour to Skipton.

Change at Keighley or Skipton for onward services to Lancaster and Morecambe.

Related links:
The Visit Bradford website:
The Saltaire Village website:

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Station Information

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Station Facilities

Saltaire is an unstaffed but fully accessible station. Ramps to platforms.

  • Ticket Machine

  • Customer Seating

  • Shelter/Waiting Room

  • On-street parking

  • Dropped kerbs

  • Customer Information Screens


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