Tyre fire disrupts Bradford Interchange services
A large tyre fire adjacent to the railway on November 16 meant that trains were unable to serve Bradford Interchange for four days, with a full service only restored on November 21.
The fire started in Upper Castle Street. No train services were able to enter or depart the station because of smoke crossing the railway.
Trains between Bradford Interchange and Leeds were the first to resume, with Halifax trains restarting on November 21, following guidance from the West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service on when it was safe to access the railway to test the signalling and carry out inspections.