Burley-in-Wharfedale railway station serves the village of Burley-in-Wharfedale in West Yorkshire, England, in the City of Bradford. The station lies on the Wharfedale Line between Ilkley and Leeds/Bradford Forster Square. It is served by Class 333 units run by Northern, who also manage the station.It was opened in 1865 and is located on the Otley and Ilkley Joint Railway (and thus run by both the Midland Railway and the North Eastern Railway), 3+1/4mi east of Ilkley. The station is unstaffed (and has been so since October 1968) and was once the junction for the line to Leeds via. This route closed in 1965, as a result of the Beeching Axe. The station building still stands, but is now privately owned.FacilitiesThough unstaffed, the station does have a self-service ticket machine in place to allow passengers to buy before boarding; this can also be used to collect advance purchase tickets. Waiting shelters are provided on both platforms, which are linked by footbridge . Train running information is offered via CIS displays, automated announcements and timetable posters.