Train travel offers a practical and economical alternative to the car for many journeys, whether commuting, travelling for business or travelling for leisure.
Morley train station is less than 3km away from St Andrew’s View – that’s about 8 minutes by bike or, alternatively the number 213 bus goes to the station from the bus stops on Bruntcliffe Road. Regular services from Morley run to Leeds (approx. every 30 minutes), Huddersfield (hourly) and Manchester Victoria (hourly). The journey to Leeds by train takes just 12 minutes and from Leeds you can connect to a range of national and local rail services.
Rail services in West Yorkshire are grouped around 13 lines, a map of which can be seen by clicking here. Further details on each of these lines, including timetables, can be seen on the West Yorkshire Metro website by clicking here.
By connecting with other services at stations such as Leeds it is of course possible to travel by train to a wide range of destinations both locally and nationally. The easiest way to plan a journey by train is to use one of the online rail enquiry websites, such as National Rail Enquiries. Simply select the station you wish to travel from and to, and the dates/times, and the system will not only tell you which trains you should catch, but will also tell you how much your journey will cost and then let you book your tickets.