Mytholmroyd

The area around Mytholmroyd is renowned for hydrology and physical geography and is famous for its home of Calder High School.

Sights and places of interest

Enrich your day out to Mytholmroyd by visiting or looking out for:

  • Enclosed Bronze Age urnfield 440m north west of Rough Bottom on Midgeley Moor
  • Ring cairn on Midgley Moor, 360m north east of Upper Han Royd
  • Cairn on Midgley Moor, 400m north east of Upper Han Royd
  • Cairn with an oval bank on Midgley Moor, 430m north east of Upper Han Royd
  • Cup marked boundary stone known as Churn Milk Joan on Crow Hill, Midgley Moor, 580m north of Foster Clough Bridge
  • The old bridge over the Hebden Water at Hebden Bridge
  • Cairn known as Millers Grave on Midgley Moor
  • KERSHAW HOUSE

Planning your journey

Facilities at Mytholmroyd station

General facilities at Mytholmroyd station
Facility Available
Car Park
Cycle Storage 0 spaces

Toilets
Baby Change
Staffing unstaffed
Waiting Room
Seated Area
ATM Machine
Tourist Information
Shops

Accessible travel

Accessible facilities at Mytholmroyd station
Facility Available
Staff Help Available
Impaired Mobility Set Down
Ramp For Train Access Yes.
Step Free Access Category B station, Long (100m) and fairly steep ramp to Platform 1 (for trains to Manchester). Fairly steep ramp to Platform 2 (for trains to Leeds). Step-free route between platforms via street (250m).
Wheelchairs Available
National Key Toilets
Induction Loop
Accessible Taxis
Accessible Ticket Machines
Height Adjusted Ticket Office Counter
Nearest Stations With More Facilities
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