Train delays and cancellations on Leeds-Manchester Victoria lines after Bradford fire
Date published: 16 November 2020
The fire in Bradford which has impacted local rail services
A number of local train services on the Leeds and Manchester Victoria lines are experiencing delays, cancellations and diversions, following a large fire near Bradford Interchange (Monday 16 November).
The fire, which was first reported in the early hours of this morning is causing significant disruption to journeys between West Yorkshire and Greater Manchester, including the Rochdale borough which has several stations on the Leeds-Manchester route.
Until further notice, services between Leeds and Manchester Victoria are likely to be cancelled or diverted and, at present, services are unable to call at Bradford Interchange.
Rail replacement buses will operate between Leeds, Halifax and Bradford Interchange and further services along the Calder Valley may also be subject to disruption and amendments.
Northern’s customers are advised to check carefully before travel and to allow additional time for journeys.
Details of the impact to Northern’s local services:
- Leeds to Manchester Victoria – Services at 12 minutes past the hour service departing from Leeds will be cancelled. Services at 42 minutes past the hour departing from Leeds will be diverted via Dewsbury and will not call at Bramley, New Pudsey, Bradford Interchange or Low Moor.
- Manchester Victoria to Leeds – Services at 54 minutes past and 58 minutes past the hour from Manchester Victoria will be cancelled. Services at 17 minutes past and 19 minutes past the hour will be diverted and will not call at Low Moor, Bradford Interchange, New Pudsey or Bramley.
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