PASSENGERS who won the Battle of Marsden Station have just lost it again.
They protested this summer when trains began using Platform 2 instead of the newer Platform 3 following safety concerns.
Campaigners said there was a dangerous gap between the trains and the edge of Platform 2.
Train bosses listened and brought platform 3 back into use.
But after new operating company Northern took over services on Monday, peak services are again using platform 2.
Fiona Weir, of campaign group Smart (Slaithwaite and Marsden Action on Rail Transport) said: "The platform is just too dangerous to use, as well as being inaccessible.
"It is only a matter of time before there is an accident and it is likely to be serious one, especially when it gets icy."
In December last year a pensioner fell and broke her nose trying to get off a train on platform 2.
A spokeswoman for train operator Northern said the vast majority of trains were stopping at platform 3 following passenger pressure.
But she said there were four advertised services for which it had been unable to use that platform. These were stopping at platform 2.
She said these were the 06.32 and 18.05 services from Huddersfield to Manchester and the 06.45 and 18.17 services from Manchester to Huddersfield.