Leeds railway station from the air
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aerial photograph of Leeds railway station, Yorkshire England UK. Leeds railway station was built in 1938 following the merger of Wellington Street Station, built in 1846 and New Station built in 1869. The station was designed by LMS architect William Henry Hamlyn. Between 1999 and 2002 the station was expanded from 12 to 17 platforms and is now the UK's third-busiest station outside London handling over 30 million passengers per year.
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