Trains To York
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The walled city of York on the river Ouse is approximately 2000 years old and has played an important role in English history.
Trains to York Stations
Great rail links mean you can get trains to York from London in under 2 hours as well as being a principal stop on the East Coast Mainline Service from London to Newcastle and Edinburgh. There are numerous train companies operating trains to York allowing visitors to get to the North East and West along with more rural locations.
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Savings On Trains To York
Travellers can save up to 86% on trains to York, if you book in ADVANCE. Remember advance fares are subject to availabiity so book early to save £££s on trains to York. The shortest journey time is show for direct trains to York only.
From Price Time Frequency
Manchester £6.50 1 h 30 3 per hr
Newcastle £7.00 1 h 4-6 per hr
Liverpool £10.50 2 h 13 2 per hr
Birmingham £12.50 2 h 13 2 per h
London £14.60 2 h 2 per hr
Edinburgh £14.60 2 h 20m 2 per hr
Why Book The Train To York?
York’s defining landmark is York Minster, the second largest gothic cathedral in Northern Europe. It sits proudly in the heart of the city and is a must see for anyone visiting this historic city. After taking in the incredible architecture, stained glass windows and features why not continue with the medieval theme by walking round the city on the medieval wall, a walk of some 3 miles but well worth doing. The Shambles is another medieval part of town a narrow street lined with shops, boutiques and tea rooms.
If you enjoy museums then York has something for everyone with the National Railway Museum taking you step by step through the birth of the railways not only in the UK but also has worldwide. Richard lll museum tells the story of the former King and with a medieval execution chamber, a working portcullis and what is said to be the worlds smallest prison cell.
A real throw back to yester year York is an historical journey full of charm and character.