Dewsbury is a minster town located to the west of Wakefield, east of Huddersfield and south of Leeds. Dewsbury is situated on the backs of the River Calder and was once a thriving mill town. The local market in Dewsbury is one of the busiest in Yorkshire with over 400 stalls, making it well worth visit.
The town is served on the railway network by Dewsbury railway station which serves the bustling commuter town of Dewsbury. The station is managed by TransPennine Express trains and it stops between Leeds and Huddersfield. TransPennine Express trains services from Dewsbury to Leeds with a frequency of every 30 minutes. These also services beyond Leeds to Huddersfield & Manchester Piccadilly which go onwards towards York & Scarborough. Also, some westbound trains travel to Warrington Central and Liverpool Lime Street.
Some of the popular routes of trains to Dewsbury are:
Dewsbury travel by bus has never been so easy with vast network of bus services to and from Dewsbury. The bus station of Dewsbury is managed and owned by Metro (West Yorkshire PTE). There are various online agents and rail operators who can offer you cheap train tickets (when you book well in advance or off season) as well as buses to Dewsbury – whichever mode is convenient to you. However, train travel makes you save a lot of time, ensures better comfort and offers great view on the outskirts and suburbs.