Passenger trains start running again on
Saturday 13th February
Important Notice about services between
Leeming Bar and Northallerton West
As a result of the severe flooding of the River Swale at Morton-on-Swale just before the New Year, the Swale Bridge has to be inspected both above and below water level to ensure that it is safe for trains. Until that is completed, no trains are allowed to pass over it and so it is necessary to cancel trains between Leeming Bar and Northallerton West until further notice. We apologise for the inevitable inconvenience that this will cause to our customers.
Valentine’s Day 2016 – special lunch train runs
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The only way to get to Northallerton West is on foot so that if you find walking difficult you are advised to use one of our other stations where access is easier and parking is available. Details of walking routes can be found here. If using Northallerton West and travelling by car, you are advised to park your car either in the town or at the main line station car park and walk from there. There is NO vehicular access of any kind to the station and there is NO public parking in Springwell Lane. Please respect the residents of Springwell Lane by not taking your vehicles further than the low overbridge with height and level crossing warning signs and through which you can see the level crossing on the freight avoiding lines with the private part of Springwell Lane beyond.
Services to Northallerton West run most Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Please consult Train Timetables for further details.
Murder Mystery, family fun events, corporate events, Santa Specials, guest appearances of steam and diesel engines, anniversary events, open days, guided walks, restorations days and appeals are all part of our regular and interesting series of events.
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