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London North Eastern Railway
09:333h28
London
13:01Burnley
89 1One-way
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London North Eastern Railway
08:334h15
London
12:48Burnley
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London North Eastern Railway
09:064h55
London
14:01Burnley
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How to Get to Burnley by Train

The town of Burnley is served by trains operated by Northern Rail, taking passengers to the town from Blackpool North and Colne. The line bringing passengers to Burnley from Blackpool North passes through the major interchange station of Preston - one of the main stations for the West Coast main line operated by Virgin Trains, which links the north west of England and Scotland with London Euston.

Burnley

Burnley is a historic town located in the county of Lancashire close to the major cities of Preston and Manchester. The town witnessed huge population increases and extensive development as part of the Industrial Revolution, with many of the buildings and former textile mills still intact and mixed in with many more modern buildings within the town. Burnley is located close to the historic Pendle Hill, which is famous in British history for the witch trials and various Halloween festivities which take place in the region. Burnley itself lies within a valley formed by the convergence of three rivers. The steep hills bring the rural areas of the moors close to the city centre, allowing for a host of outdoor activities to take place within a few miles of the city centre. A unique sound sculpture known as The Singing Ringing Tree is also located in the Pennines just two miles outside Burnley.

How to Get to Burnley by Train

The town of Burnley is served by trains operated by Northern Rail, taking passengers to the town from Blackpool North and Colne. The line bringing passengers to Burnley from Blackpool North passes through the major interchange station of Preston - one of the main stations for the West Coast main line operated by Virgin Trains, which links the north west of England and Scotland with London Euston.

Burnley

Burnley is a historic town located in the county of Lancashire close to the major cities of Preston and Manchester. The town witnessed huge population increases and extensive development as part of the Industrial Revolution, with many of the buildings and former textile mills still intact and mixed in with many more modern buildings within the town. Burnley is located close to the historic Pendle Hill, which is famous in British history for the witch trials and various Halloween festivities which take place in the region. Burnley itself lies within a valley formed by the convergence of three rivers. The steep hills bring the rural areas of the moors close to the city centre, allowing for a host of outdoor activities to take place within a few miles of the city centre. A unique sound sculpture known as The Singing Ringing Tree is also located in the Pennines just two miles outside Burnley.

Train companies: Virgin Trains, Northern Rail (3) and East Coast trains to Burnley

Virgin Trains, Northern Rail (3) and East Coast will get you to Burnley at great prices. With over 1000 travel companies on Omio, you can find the best train times, prices and tickets for your trip.

Grand Central Trains is a train company based in the United Kingdom. It operates services from London to the North East of England, Yorkshire and the East Midlands. Grand Central Trains offers a range of services, including express, semi-fast and stopping services. Express services run between London and the North East, Yorkshire and the East Midlands, with journey times of up to three hours. Semi-fast services run between London and the North East, Yorkshire and the East Midlands, with journey times of up to four hours. Stopping services run between London and the North East, Yorkshire and the East Midlands, with journey times of up to five hours. Grand Central Trains offers a range of ticket types, including Standard, First Class and Advance tickets. Standard tickets are the most economical option, while First Class tickets offer more comfort and space. Advance tickets are available for purchase up to 12 weeks in advance and offer the best value for money. Onboard facilities include free Wi-Fi, power sockets, comfortable seating and a range of snacks and drinks. The most popular routes for Grand Central Trains are London to Bradford, London to Sunderland, London to York and London to Wakefield.

Train stations in Burnley

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Burnley Manchester Road is the most popular Burnley train station for Omio travellers, but Burnley has quite a few hubs. Find all the information you need to know about the main train stations in Burnley for your journey.
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Public transport options for Burnley Manchester Road
Onward travel information: There is a bus stop close to the station. Busline 0871 200 2233
Location for Rail Replacement Services: Entrance to Station Car Park on Halstead St
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+44 8002006060
Public transport options for Burnley Central
Onward travel information: Busline 0871 200 2233
Location for Rail Replacement Services: Curzon St adjacent to Railway Bridge
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Public transport options for Burnley Barracks
Onward travel information: Busline 0871 200 2233
Location for Rail Replacement Services: Pick Up / Drop Off at the bus stops on Westway A671. (Station side for Colne, opposite side for Blackburn)

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