|Distance||60 miles (96 km)|
|Average train duration||45 min|
|Average train ticket price||£17 (€19)|
|Train providers||First Transpennine Express, Cross Country or London North Eastern Railway|
Trains from Durham to York cover the 60 miles (96 km) long route taking on average 45 min with our travel partners like First Transpennine Express, Cross Country or London North Eastern Railway. There are direct train services available. While the average ticket price for this route costs around £17, you can find the cheapest train ticket for as low as £14. Travellers depart most frequently from Durham and arrive in York.
For as little as £14 you can travel by train from Durham to York with CrossCountry. Omio will show you the best deals, timetables and tickets available for this route.
CrossCountry is a fast speed train company in the United Kingdom and for your next train between Durham and York you can choose between Standard Class and First Class tickets on Omio.
Omio helps you find the perfect Durham - York train with CrossCountry. Whether you are searching for the fastest, earliest or cheapest train from Durham to York, Omio shows you CrossCountry’s current train timetables, tickets, prices and other travel information (such as baggage allowance and amenities onboard) to help you find the best train ticket for your upcoming Durham to York trip. You can expect to travel around 60 miles (96 km) from Durham to York on a train with CrossCountry. Once you are ready, buy your one-way CrossCountry tickets between Durham and York starting as low as £17 if you book in advance. If you use the Omio app to book your ticket, you can check straight away to see if it's a mobile ticket so that you can go paperless when travelling by train instead of purchasing tickets at the train station in person. So, book your tickets with ease and comfort online and enjoy a smooth journey with CrossCountry!
CrossCountry 's current ticket policies due to COVID-19 for your train from Durham to York are the following:
With over 50 departures from early morning until late into the night, there are plenty of options for anyone travelling by train from the beautiful cathedral city of Durham to the ancient walled city of York. It takes less than an hour to make the trip between these two historic towns, and the central location of the train stations adds to the speed and convenience of the journey.
First Transpennine Express, Cross Country and London North Eastern Railway all operate services between Durham and York. Of the three, the first two offer the lion's share of departure options, while Cross Country provides slightly faster times than the others.
During the day and early evening, travels times range from approximately 44 to 49 minutes. Travellers should expect to add another 10 minutes or so to the journey at night. Almost all trains are non stop, with no changes needed.
There are around 5 trains from Durham to York every hour during the day time, starting early in the morning. The departures tend to concentrate in the latter half of the hour, departing every few minutes. The frequency drops after peak evening travel time, with the final train leaving at around 11:00 p.m. or shortly thereafter.
Departure train station:Adjacent to the old town centre, Durham railway station has won a National Rail Award for the quality of its services. These include lifts, an information centre, a short stay car park and bus stops for the university and other destinations in the forecourt. The town is a short walk down the hill. Within the station passengers can expect a cafe and pub, a covered waiting area and small shops.
Arrival train station:Travellers passing through York railway station can enjoy the benefit of cafes, kiosks selling snacks, luggage trolleys, baby changing facilities and Wi-Fi, as well as a car park with over 600 spaces. It's 5 minutes by foot from the town centre.
Omio customers book a train from Durham to York most frequently for this route.
Passengers board the train most frequently from Durham, which is located around 0 mile (s) / 0 km away from the city centre, and they get off the train at York, located 0 mile (s) / 0 km away from the city centre.
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