RAIL campaigners have called a public meeting to discuss changes to services.
Slaithwaite and Marsden Action on Rail Transport (Smart) is holding the meeting on Wednesday, ahead of a new operator taking over local trains.
New timetables will be introduced when the Northern franchise begins next Sunday.
Anglo-Dutch consortium Serco-Ned is taking over services from Arriva Trains Northern and First North Western. Its franchise will run for eight years and nine months.
Hourly Manchester-bound trains will call consistently at Marsden's platform three.
Only extra peak-hour trains will use platform two, passengers are being promised.
The move is being made after complaints earlier this year when trains began to stop at the hard-to-reach platform two.
Passengers have to climb a steep flight of steps to reach it and there is a gap between the train and platform.
The public meeting, at Slaithwaite Community Centre, will start at 6.30pm.
A spokesman for Smart, Tony Bowers, said: "The new Northern rail franchise will be on the agenda."