The Wharfedale Line is the name given to one of the rail services in the West Yorkshire Metro area of northern England. The service connects Leeds and Bradford with Ilkley, and is operated by Northern Rail. West Yorkshire Metrocards are available for use on the line, covering Zones 3 - 5.
The line was originally owned by the Midland Railway from Leeds to Burley-in-Wharfedale. At this point the line became joint property, with the North Eastern Railway, and was known as the Otley & Ilkley Joint Railway (O&IJt). The two lines from Leeds and Bradford come together at Apperley Junction south of Guiseley
- Guiseley railway station
- Menston railway station
- the now disused Milner Wood Junction with the O&IJT from Otley
- Burley-in-Wharfedale railway station
- Ben Rhydding railway station
- Ilkley railway station - the now-closed Midland line continued on the branch line via Addingham, Bolton Abbey and Embsay to Skipton. The section from Embsay to Bolton Abbey has been reopened by enthusiasts and operates steam locomotives as the Yorkshire Dales Railway.
- Baildon railway station a reopened station
- Esholt: station closed
- Apperley Junction for the line from Leeds
- and on to Guiseley, Menston, Burley-in-Wharfedale, Ben Rhydding, and Ilkley