Leeds station
New Station Street
West Yorkshire

Station information


Staffing level

Full time

Cash Machines

Baby Changing


Left Luggage

Self-Service Fastticket


Step Free Access

Suitable for disabled passengers. Lifts or Level access to all platforms. 

Accessible Ticket Machines

Accessible Booking Office Counter

Staff Help Available

Opening hours
Monday - Sunday
24 Hours a Day

Journey Care assistance is available prior to travel via the relevant Train Operator:

Northern - 0800 138 5560 Customer services, Textphone 18001 03457 225 225 or using a Passenger Assistance Request form

London North Eastern Railway - 03457 225 225 Textphone - 18001 03457 225 225

CrossCountry - 0344 811 0125, textphone 0344 811 0126

East Midlands Railway - 0800 0113323, textphone 18001 03457 078051  

TransPennine Express - 0800 107 2149, textphone 18001 0800 1072149

Waiting Room


Baby changing facilities are located in the accessible toilet on platform 12 on the South Concourse

Wheelchairs Available

Ramp For Train Access

Induction Loop

Impaired Mobility Set Down

Assistance is available to and from platforms. Please contact customer services of the appropriate train operator, 48 hours in advance:  London North Eastern Railway - 03457 225 225 East Midlands Railway - 08000 113323. TransPennine Express - 0800 107 2149. Northern - 0800 1385560. CrossCountry 03448110125

Car Parking

Car Parking

Station Car Park

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The multi-storey long stay car park has now reopened to the public.

For pricing and general car park information, please visit the APCOA parking web page or www.networkrail.co.uk/stations/leeds/

All rates are for 24 hours or part thereof. Rail users must get parking ticket validated at multi-storey car park or customer information point before paying at machines.


Bus/Travel link

First and Yorkshire Tiger both operate a network of frequent local bus routes around Leeds city and West Yorkshire. The Citybus stops here and connects key location in Leeds. For more information about all buses in West Yorkshire visit www.wymetro.com


Buy a Leeds PLUSBUS ticket with your train ticket, for discount price unlimited bus travel around the city. For details: www.plusbus.info

Many bus routes serve bus stops on New Station Street in front of the rail station.

For information about all buses in west Yorkshire visit: www.wymetro.com

Taxi Rank

Taxi rank outside New Station Street entrance near the bus interchange.

First Class

First Class Lounge

Opening hours

Mon - Sat: 06:00 - 18:00
Sun: 10:00 - 17:00



In the Booking Hall

Tickets Accepted in LNER First Class Lounge

  • Fully inter-available First Class Season Ticket (i.e. tickets not specific to one train company)
  • Any First Class Anytime ticket valid for travel on the LNER route
  • Any LNER First Class packages
  • First Advance (routed LNER & connections)
  • LNER First Class Reader Offer (routed LNER & connections)
  • LNER First Class Flat Fare (routed LNER & connections)
  • LNER Self-Print First Class Upgrade voucher (routed LNER & connections)
  • Inclusive Tour Tickets 
  • Weekend First

Restricted tickets
All First Class tickets valid only on other train operators

Assistance dogs and other well behaved dogs on leads are welcome in all LNER First Class Lounges


Complimentary: tea/coffee/hot chocolate/orange juice/water/ biscuits 



Travel centre opening hours

04:45 - 23:59
06:45 - 22:30

Booking Hall

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Related FAQs

Does the station have cycle storage?

It’s a big station with plenty of demand from cyclists so you’ll find 440 storage spaces that are undercover and protected by CCTV.

Where can I find the rail replacement services at Leeds station?

If you need to find a rail replacement from Leeds then we’ve got a page that will tell you what to do next.

Where is the nearest taxi rank?

You’ll find a taxi rank as soon as you step outside of Leeds station, near the bus interchange.

Are bus services available from the station?

There are plenty of buses for people travelling around Leeds including the Citybus that will get you to many of the main locations. Just head out of the entrance and you’re virtually at the bus station. If you want information about timetables etc then take a look here.

Is there airport connectivity from the station?

You’re probably going to Leeds Bradford airport and you’ll be able to catch a bus roughly every 20 minutes or so from the terminal next to the station. Look out for the Flying Tiger bus service.

Are there barriers at Leeds station?

Yes. You’ll need to pass through a barrier when you visit Leeds station.

Is there luggage storage at Leeds station?

There is indeed. Look out for the staffed luggage storage facility inside Leeds train station which will charge you £3 for three hours storage with a limit on baggage size.

How can I contact lost property at Leeds station?

Nobody wants to lose things when they're at a train station or on a train, but if it does happen to you at Leeds then contact the station directly on 0113 350 3966. You can also find information relating to lost property here.

Is Leeds station open 24 hours?

Leeds station will always be open when trains are running, but if you want to use the Travel Centre then here are the opening hours: Monday - Saturday: 05:45 - 22:00, Sunday: 07:00 - 21:00.

How far is Leeds station from the city centre?

When you walk out of Leeds station, you’re virtually in the city centre already. After a 2 - 3 minute walk you can be getting on with your shopping or dining.

What is there to do near Leeds station?

If you’re looking for something to do or eat when you’re waiting for a train, or simply want to explore the area around Leeds station, then take a look at our guide here.