Huddersfield’s Grade 1 listed Train Station will feature tonight in a brand new episode of ‘The Architecture The Railways Built’.
The UKTV series which is now into its second series airs on Yesterday and is hosted by Tim Dunn, explores a number of railway locations and discovers their historical, abandoned and modern elements.
In tonight’s episode of the show, host Tim Dunn climbs an impressive number of steps to take an in-depth look at Huddersfield’s station clock. The station was opened in the 1840’s and achieved Grade 1 listed status on 03rd March 1952.
Tonight’s show also takes a trip to Morecambe to visit it’s station art deco Midland Hotel and they head to Cologne to find out why padlocks attached to railings make the Hohenzollern Bridge vibrate.
Episode 9 of ‘The Architecture The Railways Built’ airs at 8PM tonight on Yesterday. Freeview – Ch26, Virgin – Ch129. Freesat – Ch159 and Sky Ch155.