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Are you heading into Low Moor? Whether you’re visiting family or just passing through, the facilities at Low Moor train station are in place to make sure you get to your destination as comfortably as possible. Whatever your reason for travelling, there is a rich heritage to discover in this sleepy Yorkshire village.

Grand Central trains to and from Low Moor station will get you where you need to be, no matter the next stop on your journey. Featuring a wide selection of onboard facilities and budget-friendly fares, we provide you with everything you need to make your train journey a relaxing experience from the moment you climb aboard.

For more information about Low Moor station, take a look at our detailed guide below. It includes all the information you need about station facilities, opening times and how you can book your tickets. 

Where is Low Moor station?

Low Moor rail station is ideally located for residents and visitors looking to enjoy the quaint scenery and attractions of this historic village. Just a short walk from Victoria Park, you can stroll through the greenery and even stop off for a spot of lunch at the pubs situated nearby. Try out The Black Horse for some classic pub grub!

For those looking to explore further afield, the station is only a 15-minute drive from the city centre of Bradford. You can take advantage of a range of shopping opportunities and eateries, and maybe even catch a show at the Alhambra Theatre

How do I buy tickets at Low Moor station?

There is no ticket office open at Low Moor train station, however, there are ticket machines available for you to buy or collect your tickets.

You can purchase your ticket from one of the machines on the day of your travel but it’s worth bearing in mind that booking your journey in advance will give you better prices for Low Moor trains. The final price of your rail fare and the type of ticket you purchase will depend on when you intend to travel and how flexible you can be with departure times.

There are three main types of tickets available for journeys to and from Low Moor train station. These are Advance, Off-Peak, and Anytime tickets. It’s worth knowing the difference between them as the right ticket could make you some serious savings.

Advance tickets are perfect for those who know exactly when they would like to travel. These can get you up to 80% off and are generally cheaper than Anytime fares. Be quick, though – there’s only a limited number available and they sell out fast!

If you want to take advantage of quieter carriages and avoid commuter queues, Off-peak tickets are a great option. These are available on most Grand Central services, excluding some early morning and evening trains. Need more flexibility on your departure time? Our Anytime tickets are valid on any Grand Central service.

There are even more ways to save money on your Low Moor train when you book with Grand Central. Check out the offers we have available, including Group Travel and Multi-buy, and enjoy a discount on your next train journey.

What are the ticket office opening hours?

There is no ticket office at Low Moor rail station. Ticket machines are available to purchase or collect your tickets from. You can also book Advance tickets online. 

Where do I catch my train?

Low Moor station has two platforms and is accessible via two entrances – one on either side. Trains towards London Kings Cross, Chester and Huddersfield depart from platform one, which can be accessed by the entrance situated on the Spen Valley Greenway or the footbridge if entering from the car park.

Trains to Bradford and Leeds depart from platform two. This is accessible via the car park on New Works Road or by walking along the footbridge connecting both platforms.

What services and facilities are there at Low Moor train station?

Low Moor Train Station

What are Low Moor train station's opening hours?

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Low Moor

Low Moor station
New Works Road
Low Moor
West Yorkshire
BD12 7BD

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Ticket office opening hours:

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  • NO Waiting room
  • YES Ticket machine
  • NO Toilet
  • NO Impaired Access Staff

Station facilities

  • Accessibility
    • Accessible Public Telephones No
    • Accessible Taxis No
    • First Class Lounge No
    • Help Points YES Yes
    • Impaired Accessible Booking Office Counter No
    • Impared Access Staff No
    • Impared Access Ticket Gate No
    • Impaired Accessible Ticket Machines YES Yes
    • Induction Loop No
    • Impaired Mobility Set Down No
    • National Key Toilets No
    • Ramp for Train Access YES Yes
    • Wheel chairs Available No
    • Impaired Access Helpline Hours Monday - Sunday - open 24h
    • Accessible Taxis

      You can pre arrange an accessible taxi by calling customer experience Tel: 08002006060

    • Helpline YES Yes
    • Helpline Contact Details 0800 138 5560 text relay 18001 0800 138 5560
    • Helpline Contact URL https://www.nationalrail.co.uk/
    • Impared Mobility Set Down

      No designated area is provided. The station front may be used for set down purposes.

    • Nearest Stations with Facilities BDI
    • Step Free Access
      • Category A Station
      • Scooter Friendly Station

      Access to platforms by lift, available 24 hours a day.

      To find our more about travelling around this station, please see the 360 map click here


      Coverage: whole Station
    • Step Free Access Coverage Whole Station
  • Subway/transit
    • Metro: Availability No
  • Restrooms
    • Toilets No
    • Baby Change No
  • Parking
    • Car Parking Details
      Operator Name: Northern
      Spaces: 128
      Free: true
      Number Accessible Spaces: 10
      Cctv: No
      Open:
      Monday - Friday - open 24h
      Url: https://www.nationalrail.co.uk/
  • Other transportation
    • Rail Replacement Services

      Bus stop on Cleckheaton Road close to station

  • Other amenities
    • Tourist Information Office No
    • Waiting Room No
    • Waiting Room Note There are no waiting rooms provided at the station. Shelters are provided on both platforms.
  • Dining and Shopping
    • Dining & Shopping: Shops No
    • Dining & Shopping: Station Buffet No
  • Cycle Storage
    • Availability YES Yes
    • Closed Circuit TV No
    • Type No storage available
  • Baggage Services
    • Left Luggage: Available No
    • Left Luggage: URL https://www.nationalrail.co.uk/
  • Alternative Station Code
    • National Location Code LMR
    • Sixteen Character Name LowMoor
  • Ticketing Services & Information
    • Pre-Purchase Collection YES Yes
    • Smartcard Notes Smartcard Issued: Yes
      Smartcard Validator: No
      More information at www.northernrailway.co.uk/smart
    • Oyster Pre-Pay No
    • Ticket Machine YES Yes
    • Penalty Fares NT
  • Station Information
    • Baby Change No
    • Post Box No
    • ATM No
    • Bureau De Change No
    • Lost Property YES Yes
    • Shops No
    • Seated Area No
    • Station Buffet No
    • Showers No
    • Trolley No
    • Wifi No
    • Waiting Room No
    • Lost Property Phone number: 08002006060

      Operator Name: 0800 200 6060
    • Lost Property: URL https://www.nationalrail.co.uk/
    • Lost Property Number 08002006060
    • Staffing Level No
  • Station Location & Directions
    • Longitude -1.7528767
    • Latitude 53.7500232
  • Rental Car
    • Availability No
  • Phones, Internet & Wi-fi
    • Station Amenities: Telephone No
    • Web Kiosk: Available No

Where can I park?

There is a car park located next to platform two that provides step-free access to either side of Low Moor station. There are 128 parking spaces and 10 Accessible spots that are available 24 hours a day during the week.

For those looking to use other modes of transport, there is a bus stop located close to the station on Cleckheaton Road. Low Moor rail station also comes equipped with cycling storage, located in the car park.

Travelling from Low Moor station with Grand Central 

What facilities are on board Grand Central trains?

We’re here to make sure your journey is as effortless and enjoyable as possible. To ensure this, you can take your pick from a variety of onboard facilities on your Low Moor train. You can choose a selection of delicious snacks and refreshments from our onboard menu, all without ever leaving your seat. 

Whether you’re using your travel time to get a bit of work done or stream your favourite movie, take advantage of our free Wi-Fi. Save your mobile data and relax all the way to your destination. 

If you need some extra legroom or want to stretch out in luxury, we have First Class and business travel available on many trains. Sit back and unwind in one of our reclining seats with a complimentary snack or two. 

How do I find and book Grand Central trains at Low Moor station?

To find Grand Central services to and from Low Moor station, you can use our journey planner. The easiest way to spot our trains is to keep an eye out for the logo. When you’ve found the one you want, you can complete the rest of the booking process.

After selecting the departure time and fare that suits you, you’ll be asked how you want to receive your tickets. We can send them to you via email or post, or you can collect them from a ticket machine at the station. They’ll be ready for you on the day of your departure.

Reserving a seat is the next step of this process. If you choose an Advance fare, we’ll automatically reserve a seat for you free of charge. For Anytime fares, the booking system will ask you to choose whether you’d like to reserve a seat.

Next, hit the ‘Continue’ button and give your journey details one last review before moving to the checkout page. Follow the instructions to pay for your ticket and you’ll be booked onto your Low Moor train.

Low Moor train station FAQs

How often do trains run from Low Moor station?

Trains arrive and depart at Low Moor station on most days, but check before you travel as there may be reduced services on bank holidays and weekends. Typically, services from Low Moor train station are:

  • Four trains per day to London Kings Cross
  • Four trains per day to Bradford Interchange
  • One train per hour to Leeds
  • One train per hour to Huddersfield 

To keep up to date with the latest arrivals and departures, you can download our train timetable to take with you.

How accessible is Low Moor station?

Low Moor train station is a Category A and scooter-friendly station with step-free access throughout. Platforms can be accessed via a lift, which is available 24 hours a day. Ramps are also available for easier train access. 

Customer help points are located on both platforms and there is an Impaired Access helpline that is open 24 hours Monday-Sunday to deal with passenger queries and emergencies. There are currently no toilets available at the station. 

Live train arrivals and departures 

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