New Pudsey railway station is in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England, on the Caldervale Line from Leeds City to Bradford Interchange, Halifax, Huddersfield, Manchester Victoria, and Blackpool North. Lying 5.75 miles (9.25 km) west of Leeds, it serves as a commuter station for the western edge of the Leeds conurbation.
This station opened on 6 March 1967 and is located in Farsley- 1 mile (1.6 km) north-west of Pudsey town centre – it was opened as a 'new' station for Pudsey; there is No Place called New Pudsey. The platforms are long enough to accommodate Intercity trains, and there is large car park, because it was originally served by occasional through trains from Bradford Interchange to London Kings Cross. After electrification of the East Coast Main Line, through services were routed via Shipley to Bradford Forster Square.