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Huddersfield is one of England's biggest towns and has the third highest amount of registered buildings in the whole of the UK. As well as this it's well known for its Victorian buildings and art galleries. The most notable building in the Huddersfield is the Victoria Tower which is situated on Castle Hill.
The railways station at Huddersfield which resides at St Georges Square is a Grade I listed building. Recently it has been renovated with a budget of over £1 million and has won the Europa Nostra which is an award for amazing European Architecture.
Apart from its long standing history and beautiful architecture there are many other reasons to visit Huddersfield by train. With some great walks on offer, you can enjoy panoramic views of the town or walk around a shopping centre until you shop till you drop.
If you are looking to take part in some exciting activities during your visit to Huddersfield, then activities such as LaserZone and Bowling will keep the family entertained for hours on end. You could also visit the John Smiths Stadium to watch a fast paced match of football or rugby. After your day out you could then head to one of Huddersfields best restaurants. Restaurants such as the Chilli lounge which cooks traditional Indian food or the Argento Steakhouse will be sure to tingle your taste buds.
TransPennine Express provide trains to Huddersfield and trains to other destinations throughout the North West. All our trains have the option of travelling First class and a trolley service is available on our core routes.Buy Tickets