Britain >North East >Stocksmoor Shepley Brockholes


Collected date 18/05/10

Stocksmoor sign

Stocksmoor was the last station visited on the fourth day of our travels in West Yorkshire. It serves the village of the same name and is on a short two-track section of the Penistone line (between a point just west of Stocksmoor and one east of Shepley.

The entrance to the station, is from the Station Road bridge over the line at the western end of the station:

Stocksmoor bridge

The approach to platform 2:

Stocksmoor approach

On platform 2:

Stocksmoor platform 2

Platform 2 seen from platform 1 opposite:

Stocksmoor platform 2 seen from
platform 1

Looking westwards on platform 2:

Stocksmoor platforms

The view east along the line from the end of platform 2:

Stocksmoor looking east

Back onto the bridge, looking east at the station:

Stocksmoor from bridge
looking east

The view westwards from the bridge:

Stocksmoor from bridge
looking west

The route down to platform 1 on the other side passes this building, possibly once associated with the railway:

Stocksmoor building Stocksmoor building rear

The entrance to platform 1 is via this car parking and drop off area:

Stocksmoor car park

The entrance to platform 1 is just to the right of this building on platform 1:

Building on Stocksmoor platform 1

Inside the building on platform 1:

Inside Stocksmoor platform 1 shelter

Some old style lamps and a bench:

Stocksmoor platform 1 lamps

Looking west along the line from the end of platform 1:

Stocksmoor platform 1 looking west