Harrogate (HGT)

Type: National Rail (Harrogate Line)
Station code: HGT
Opened: 1862
Platforms: 2
Harrogate, on the Harrogate Line between Leeds and York, was opened by the North Eastern Railway in 1862. However it isn't the town's first station, Brunswick was opened by the York & North Midland Railway in 1848 though was less central than the new Harrogate station. Brunswick was closed when Harrogate opened.

The current station buildings date from a complete rebuild in the mid-1960s with the footbridge and the station frontage being replaced in the 2000s. Although Harrogate has a platform 1 and 3. Platform 2, a bay platform, is no longer used.
Northern 142 021 stands at Harrogate on a service from York

Footbridge with another bridge part of an adjoining complex now above it

Station frontage

Harrogate North signalbox

General station view