Bradford Interchange is a transportation hub in Bradford, West Yorkshire, England. It consists of a train station and a bus station for local and long-distance traffic. The draft of 1962 was regarded as a prime example of European architecture. In 1971 the complex was opened. He is approached in bus from most lines that serve the city center of Bradford, also from National Express coaches, while the station is served (along with Bradford Forster Square one of the two train stations in the city center) mainly from Northern Rail and also as the terminus is used for trains from Grand Central and from London King's Cross.