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Trains from York to Northallerton

Leaving York for the bustling market town of Northallerton sometime soon? Perhaps you’re hoping to explore the moors, or take a stroll through the pretty villages? 

Whatever your reasons for taking a trip on one of our trains, we take the stress out of the journey thanks to our helpful information and onboard facilities, which are available on all our York to Northallerton trains.

Allow us to help plan your journey. Below, you’ll find all the relevant information you’ll need, including train times from York to Northallerton, ticket types and onboard services.

How frequent are the York to Northallerton trains?

On weekdays, our York to Northallerton trains run five times a day, with the first service departing at 10:25, and the last service departing at 21:23. On Saturdays, the earliest you can jump on a Grand Central train is 13:23, while on Sundays, it’s 15:38. So whatever time you’d like to travel, there’s sure to be a service that suits your plans. 
What is the average journey time on a York to Northallerton train?

On average, our York to Northallerton train takes around 30 minutes. The Grand Central services always run direct routes, which means you don’t have to worry about getting off the train to change halfway through your journey.

What services are available on Grand Central’s York to Northallerton trains?

When you choose to travel on a Grand Central train, you can expect a huge variety of fantastic facilities and services.

If you’re carrying larger items with you, such as your bike or a large suitcase, there’s plenty of room within the carriages to store them, meaning you can relax in the knowledge they are safely tucked away during your journey.

With our food and drink options, you won’t have to worry about bringing anything with you. From fresh sandwiches and snacks to Lavazza coffee or a glass of bubbles, we have delicious food to suit all tastes.

Would you prefer a bit of extra legroom on your York to Northallerton train? If so, we also offer the option of First Class travel. This service includes soft, reclining seats, free Wi-Fi and convenient at-seat service, complete with a dedicated customer host.

What tickets do I need to get from York to Northallerton by train?

When you’d like to travel, along with the number of passengers that will be travelling with you, will affect which ticket you need to purchase. Before booking your fare, ensure you check the types of tickets available so that you can guarantee the best price for your journey.

If you’re planning on returning to York after your trip, then a Return ticket is most suitable for you. If your final destination is Northallerton, then a Single fare is your best option. 

Do you know the exact time and date that you’d like to travel? If so, an Advance ticket is available on a number of York to Northallerton trains. Or, if you’d like a certain amount of flexibility to work with, then an Anytime fare could be the one to select. 

If you’re travelling outside of the busy weekday rush hours, you could benefit from cheaper tickets from York to Northallerton with our Off-peak fares. 

In order to see what ticket types your trip qualifies for, check out our journey planner.

How can I secure cheap tickets from York to Northallerton?

There are a couple of ways that you can guarantee cheaper tickets for your York to Northallerton train. One way to secure a cheaper fare is to book an Advance ticket, rather than waiting until the day you travel and getting them from the station.

If you’re looking for an additional way to save some cash, then you should consider investing in a Railcard. If you qualify for one, you could save up to a 1/3 on your journey to Northallerton, plus many more train journeys throughout the UK. 

How do I book tickets for my York to Northallerton train?

Booking tickets is easy with Grand Central. Simply fill out your travel details in our journey planner and choose your ticket option. 

Once you have selected the right fare for you, choose the method of delivery you’d prefer, ensure your order is correct and complete the payment. From there, your York to Northallerton train will be all booked, and you’ll be ready to go.

Things to do in Northallerton

After getting off your York to Northallerton train, you can immerse yourself in the rich heritage. With buildings such as the Grade I listed All Saints Church, which dates back to around 1120, and traditional tea rooms such as Bettys, there is plenty to see and do while you’re here.

Head to the market stalls to pick up some fresh local produce, or hit the specialist independent retailers for a spot of shopping, before relaxing with a real ale in one of the local pubs.

If a walk in the countryside takes your fancy, both the Moors and the Dales are only a short journey away, while the nearby village of Osmotherley offers a stunning coast-to-coast path.
 

  • London Kings Cross to Sunderland
    •          Peak services (except Fridays)
    • Monday - Friday
      London Kings Cross 12:45 20:21
      York 14:51 22:28
      Thirsk 15:14 22:46
      Northallerton 15:23 22:54
      Eaglescliffe 15:46 23:01
      Hartlepool 16:12 23:29
      Sunderland (arrive) 16:38 23:55

      The 20:21 London King's Cross - Sunderland service additionally calls at Doncaster at 22:01

    • Saturday
      London Kings Cross 12:45 16:45 18:45
      York 14:51 18:42 20:44
      Thirsk 15:12 19:00 21:01
      Northallerton 15:21 19:09 21:10
      Eaglescliffe 15:45 19:28 21:28
      Hartlepool 16:10 19:53 21:53
      Sunderland (arrive) 16:38 20:21 22:21
    • Sunday
      London Kings Cross 14:44 16:52 18:46
      York 16:55 18:41 21:00
      Thirsk 17:12 19:00 21:17
      Northallerton 17:20 19:11 21:22
      Eaglescliffe 17:40 19:32 21:41
      Hartlepool 18:05 19:55 22:10
      Sunderland (arrive) 18:36 20:21 22:36
    • One-way system in operation at London King's Cross
      Please be aware that due to COVID-19 restrictions, a one-way system is in operation at London King's Cross station. Please allow additional time for transfers when travelling to or from the station, particularly when using the London Underground.