ANGRY passengers are protesting over platform changes at Marsden railway station.
Campaigners thought they had won their battle last September, when train operators agreed to stop at platform three, not platform two.
Passengers complained about steep iron stairs to platform two and about a large gap between the platform and the train.
Trains changed back to platform three,
but when timetables changed on May 23, First North Western services between Man- chester Victoria and Huddersfield again began stopping at platform two.
A Network Rail spokesman claimed the change was to allow the Transpennine Express to pass through Marsden station and that only one train a day was affected.
The claim was questioned by Slaithwaite and Marsden Action on Rail Transport.
Fiona Weir, a spokeswoman for the group, said: " The changes are unacceptable."
Campaigners have launched a petition and are holding a public meeting at the station at 12.45pm on Saturday June 12.
Colne Valley West councillor David Ridgway, who sits on the West Yorkshire Passenger Transport Authority, said: "I am appalled that Network Rail can allow this issue to resurface again."