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08:273h26
London Kings Cross (KGX)
11:53Middlesbrough station (MBR)
92 1One-way
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09:303h22
London Kings Cross (KGX)
12:52Middlesbrough station (MBR)
97 1One-way
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London North Eastern Railway
09:063h31
London Kings Cross (KGX)
12:37Middlesbrough station (MBR)
109 1One-way
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How to get to Middlesbrough by Train

Middlesbrough is located in one of the most famous railway regions in the world, having been the birthplace of the first commercial railway in history in the early 19th century. The importance of Middlesbrough has grown over the centuries as it acts as a link between a number of lines running through the east coast, north-east and northern England. Northern Rail operates most routes passing through Middlesbrough, including those from Darlington to Saltburn, and the service to Middlesbrough from Whitby. Northern Rail also operates services to Middlesbrough from Newcastle and Sunderland. First TransPennine Express operates a further service to Middlesbrough from Manchester Ringway International Airport, which also passes through York and Leeds.

Middlesbrough

The town of Middlesbrough owes much of its existence to the emergence of the railways in the north east of England. Following the development of the Darlington and Stockton Railway the town developed from a farming village to an important trading centre. The history of development within the the area throughout the 19th century and into the 21st is charted through the stunning architecture of the region, which includes a large number of grade II listed buildings from the mid-19th century onwards. Visitors are always impressed by the gothic architecture of Middlesbrough railway station, designed by acclaimed station architect William Peachey. The Empire Palace of varieties within the city centre is also striking in its design. Visitors looking to explore the history of the townsfolk can explore the Captain Cook Birthplace Museum, which gives a fascinating glimpse into the life of the famous English explorer. No trip to the north-east of England would be complete without a visit to one of the many iconic football grounds. Middlesbrough's excellent Riverside Stadium is a fine example of a modern sports venue, populated each week by die hard fans creating an electric atmosphere.

Popular trains to and from Middlesbrough

Popular trains to Middlesbrough

Liverpool to Middlesbrough train

from £23
Direct trains available
3h19 average duration
12trains per day
Served by
  • Transpennine Express
  • Northern Rail

Manchester to Middlesbrough train

from £24
Direct trains available
2h18 average duration
25trains per day
Served by
  • Transpennine Express

Edinburgh to Middlesbrough train

from £31
Direct trains available
2h44 average duration
25trains per day
Served by
  • London North Eastern Railway
  • Cross Country
  • Northern Rail
  • Transpennine Express

Glasgow to Middlesbrough train

from £32
Direct trains available
3h52 average duration
16trains per day
Served by
  • London North Eastern Railway
  • Cross Country
  • Northern Rail
  • Scotrail
  • Caledonian Sleeper

London to Middlesbrough train

from £33
Direct trains available
2h51 average duration
25trains per day
Served by
  • London North Eastern Railway
  • Grand Central Trains
  • East Midlands Railway
  • Hull Trains
  • Thameslink
  • Lumo

Popular trains from Middlesbrough

Middlesbrough to Leeds train

from £16
Direct trains available
1h21 average duration
25trains per day
Served by
  • Transpennine Express
  • Cross Country
  • Northern Rail
  • London North Eastern Railway

Middlesbrough to Manchester train

from £24
Direct trains available
2h15 average duration
10trains per day
Served by
  • Transpennine Express

Middlesbrough to Edinburgh train

from £30
Direct trains available
2h34 average duration
16trains per day
Served by
  • London North Eastern Railway
  • Cross Country
  • Transpennine Express
  • Northern Rail

Middlesbrough to London train

from £32
Direct trains available
3h01 average duration
1train per day
Served by
  • London North Eastern Railway
  • Grand Central Trains
  • East Midlands Railway
  • Hull Trains
  • Lumo
  • Cross Country

Middlesbrough to Peterborough train

from £49
Direct trains available
2h20 average duration
12trains per day
Served by
  • London North Eastern Railway

How to get to Middlesbrough by Train

Middlesbrough is located in one of the most famous railway regions in the world, having been the birthplace of the first commercial railway in history in the early 19th century. The importance of Middlesbrough has grown over the centuries as it acts as a link between a number of lines running through the east coast, north-east and northern England. Northern Rail operates most routes passing through Middlesbrough, including those from Darlington to Saltburn, and the service to Middlesbrough from Whitby. Northern Rail also operates services to Middlesbrough from Newcastle and Sunderland. First TransPennine Express operates a further service to Middlesbrough from Manchester Ringway International Airport, which also passes through York and Leeds.

Middlesbrough

The town of Middlesbrough owes much of its existence to the emergence of the railways in the north east of England. Following the development of the Darlington and Stockton Railway the town developed from a farming village to an important trading centre. The history of development within the the area throughout the 19th century and into the 21st is charted through the stunning architecture of the region, which includes a large number of grade II listed buildings from the mid-19th century onwards. Visitors are always impressed by the gothic architecture of Middlesbrough railway station, designed by acclaimed station architect William Peachey. The Empire Palace of varieties within the city centre is also striking in its design. Visitors looking to explore the history of the townsfolk can explore the Captain Cook Birthplace Museum, which gives a fascinating glimpse into the life of the famous English explorer. No trip to the north-east of England would be complete without a visit to one of the many iconic football grounds. Middlesbrough's excellent Riverside Stadium is a fine example of a modern sports venue, populated each week by die hard fans creating an electric atmosphere.

Train companies: Grand Central Trains, TransPennine Express and CrossCountry trains to Middlesbrough

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Thameslink is a train service that operates in the United Kingdom. It is operated by Govia Thameslink Railway and serves the counties of Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire, London, and Surrey. The trains run from early morning until late at night, with some services running 24 hours a day. There are a variety of train types available, including Class 700 Desiro City, Class 377 Electrostar, Class 387/1 Electrostar, and Class 319/0. Ticket types include Anytime, Off-Peak, Super Off-Peak, and Advance. Onboard facilities include Wi-Fi, power sockets, and air conditioning. The most popular routes for Thameslink are London to Brighton, London to Bedford, and London to Luton.

Train stations in Middlesbrough

Middlesbrough
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Location for Rail Replacement Services: Pick Up / Drop Off in the layby on Bridge Street at the rear of the station.

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