PASSENGERS have won the Battle of Marsden Station!
They protested when trains began using Platform 2 instead of newer Platform 3.
Protesters slammed the change, saying there was a huge gap between the trains and the edge of Platform 2.
Now, train bosses have listened - and have brought Platform 3 back into use from today.
Fiona Weir, of campaign group Smart - Slaithwaite and Marsden Action on Rail Transport - said: "This is great news"
A protest rally planned for 4pm on Saturday will be turned into a celebration.
Clowns and music will entertain the crowds.
Passengers will also use the event to push for a restoration of direct services to Wakefield, axed at the end of May.
Ms Weir added: "We're hoping to keep the momentum up on this issue and get something done."
Passengers said they never got any satisfactory reason why the switch was made in the first place.
A spokeswoman for train operator First North Western said: "We are pleased to announce that Huddersfield services travelling towards Manchester will go back to stopping at Platform 3, instead of Platform 2.
"This has been arranged following discussions with Network Rail.
"We apologise for any inconvenience that has been caused to passengers," the spokeswoman added.