HAWORTH railway station is photographed at different stages in its history.

A railway line from Keighley to Haworth, and then on to Oxenhope, was instigated in the 1860s.

Supporters included the Merrall family, which had mills near where Haworth Station was built.

The station building was originally much smaller – it was extended at the end of the 19th century.

The line was shut in 1962 but a preservation society was formed and the branch reopened to passenger traffic in 1968.

Images are provided and research carried out by Keighley and District Local History Society.

The society – formed in 2004 as part of the centenary celebrations for Keighley’s Carnegie Library – has a physical archive of hundreds of items, including books and photographs about the town and the surrounding area. Its online Flickr photo album has over 10,000 images that anyone can view.

For more details, visit the society’s website or Facebook page.