You might find the following websites useful.
Local Journey planners
If you REALLY get fed up with the rubbish on the television- how about trying the following :-
Actually, it could be very useful if you are planning some rail journeys and wondering whether your ticket will be valid along a certain route.
A summary of the history of the Calder Valley line.
A more detailed account is planned, together with a description of the train journey between Manchester and Sowerby Bridge. Watch this space!
When did Eastwood station close and when the staff withdrawn from Mythomroyd station?
From the man who about these things – Eastwood closed to passengers on 3 December 1951 and to freight on 18 May 1964.
Luddendenfoot closed to passengers on 10 September 1962 and to freight on 3 May 1965 the same day as Mytholmroyd. Any more?
Just two of the very many questions to be researched – any other helpers out there?
For those with the new English Bus Pass – the following site is useful. Happy trips!
Our friends up at Todmorden have the following interesting site;
Then next door neighbour Hebden Bridge have just produced a nice Website
We are under the umbrella of the South Pennine Rail Parnership – useful news and competitions….
Real-time departures from Mytholmroyd Station
Some other Station Groups ‘across t’other side’ who are doing interesting things.
No excuse for not going out for a walk – we have super countryside, high moorland and miles of Public Rights of Way for you to enjoy. See the Mytholmroyd and Hebden Bridge Walkers for ideas….
Your rights and responsibilities when on the railway
General information about Mytholmroyd
Northern Rail and the Community
Opportunity here for the historians to put some interesting information about the station.
Let us know if there are other links for the station.