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Railway station, looking west

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Railway station, looking west
Undated. View of Garforth railway station looking west towards Leeds. Two bridges cross the railway line : a footbridge in front and road bridge (Station Road) behind. This is the Leeds and Selby Line, opened in 1834. A station was originally built on the right hand side but when this became inadequate for the increasing number of passengers, the present station (seen on the left) was built by the North Eastern Railway Company in the 1870s.

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