Why take the train to South Milford?
A former farming community turned popular commuter village (thanks to its convenient location close to Wakefield, Selby and Leeds), South Milford has expanded rapidly over recent years. So the railway station’s more in demand than ever!
Many people take the train to South Milford to visit the nearby Steeton Hall Gateway, a listed ancient monument that’s protected by English Heritage. And, during your trip, you can stop for a spot of lunch at The Queen o’t’owd Thatch pub on the High Street, which serves a tempting selection of Great British classics.