Timetable

Current Timetables

Route 5: Middlesbrough to Whitby

Monday - Sunday
 

Route 2: Nunthorpe & Middlesbrough to Newcastle & Metrocentre

Monday - Sunday
 

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Trains operate daily all year round (except Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day). The Sunday service, which now runs all year round, has a different timetable. There are through trains and connections between the Durham Coast, Bishop Auckland, the Esk Valley and Whitby, and between Darlington and the Esk Valley and Whitby.

From 15th December, 2019, we have two additional services Monday to Saturday, one early in the morning and a later evening service. The initial timetable to May 2020, has the two additonal trains running fast between some stations, so please check before boarding that the train stops at your desired destination. Why doesn’t the train stop at all stations? Please read this.

Several additional (13) weekday and Saturday services operate locally between Nunthorpe and Middlesbrough (see Timetable 2 above).  There are also 10 services a day on a Sunday (includes the four Whitby to Middlesbrough services).

 

Dry Trains – Whitby to Middlesbrough on Saturdays

The 19.44 Whitby to Middlesbrough train on Saturdays is designated as a ‘Dry Train’. This means that all alcoholic drink is banned on board this service – including in your shopping! See Northern’s ‘No can do’ poster for more information.

 

Unique Timetable for each Railway Station

On each station page, you will find, on-screen and in printer-friendly format, all the arrival and departure times at that particular station, along with journey duration times to Whitby and Middlesbrough, as well as sample ticket prices.

In winter trains operate daily EXCEPT there are no trains on Christmas Day, Boxing Day or New Years Day.

The timetable is now standardised for Mondays to Saturdays.

 

DELAY REPAY – New rules on delay compensation came into effect in December, 2018. If your train is delayed by 15 mins or more, (30 mins for inter-city routes) you are entitled to compensation.  It applies to all Train Operators. Northern offer automatic repay if you book via their web-site Northern Railway or their mobile app.  For more information on what you should be entitled to, see here.

 

Replacement bus pick-up points

On occasions when a replacement bus service is in operation they will collect passengers from each station. 

Please note:

  • You should have a valid train ticket before you get on the bus; one should be bought at the earliest opportunity.
  • Bicycles & prams cannot be taken on the bus, unless they are folded.
  • Guide dogs and other ‘working’ dogs will always be carried.
  • No alcohol is allowed on the bus or coach.
  • Where disabled or elderly customers are unable to board rail replacement vehicles a taxi will be booked.
  • Wheelchairs can be carried, mobility scooters are not normally accepted due to their size.

 

Steam trains on the Esk Valley line

North Yorkshire Moors Railway steam trains run between Pickering, Grosmont and Whitby. Please check thier website for services during the covid-19 pandemic. www.nymr.co.uk

A limited edition book by Maurice Burns on the Settle & Carlisle Line is available here.

 

Help with planning journeys using public transport

North Yorkshire Public Transport Information: view and print timetables for any bus service in North Yorkshire.

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