Almost next to the station is Beggar's Bridge, the famous packhorse bridge built by Thomas Ferries in 1619. An ancient pannierway, made of stone trods, passes up through Arncliffe Woods from here.
The small settlement of Carr End is next to the station. The main
village of Glaisdale is a mile away. Like Grosmont, in the nineteenth
century Glaisdale was an ironstone-mining village, similarly
recognisable by its terraces of slate-roofed cottages.
Christmas Trees Viewing: 2–5 pm, free entry, donations for church funds welcome. Lights will be on every Saturday and Sunday pm, 9th Dec – 1st Jan, and during Christingle Service on Sun 24 Dec, 3.30 pm (No trains Christams Day or New Year's Day).
Esk Valley Railway Music and Ale Trains
Real Ale, Real Music, Real Fun!
Sorry - all over for this year but we would welcome feedback for next year. We hope to run at least the same three months as in 2017.
The River Esk affords excellent fly fishing for salmon and brown trout. Permission must be obtained from the landowners or clubs possessing fishing rights. Permits from Mr Simms, 01947 604658. Also see the North York Moors National Park fishing page
Arncliffe Arms (at Carr End)
Near the station
Tel: 01947 897555 www.arncliffearms.com
Self catering accommodation for group holidays / activities. Sleeps 14.
Tel: 01947 897297
A journey of real science through 19th century physics.
To arrange your visit or for any other enquiries please call (01947) 897440
Visits arranged by appointment and last for approximately 1 hour 45 minutes (ages 18+ only).
The Legend of Beggar's Bridge film
The Legend of Beggar’s Bridge is an independent short film produced by Eboracum Pictures of York. This endearing folktale tells of the poor Tom Ferries and his secret relationship with the local squire’s daughter, Agnes Richardson, and reveals how the bridge and the legend came to be. www.beggarsbridge.com
Glaisdale Signal Box film
A short film extract from Railwatch about the signal boxes at Glaisdale and Battersby. First broadcast in 1989.
Glaisdale to Egton Bridge
A 5-mile circular walk that runs between Glaisdale and Egton Bridge.
- View the walk and download a pdf (A walk in the Esk Valley produced by the North York Moors National Park Authority, from NYMNP website)
Esk Valley Walk
The Esk Valley Walk passes through Glaisdale. More about the Esk Valley Walk.
|Off-Peak fares from Glaisdale||With EVR Railcard discount|
|Day Return to Whitby||£5.10||
|Day Return to Middlesbrough||£6.50||
|Journey times from Glaisdale|
|To Whitby||28 minutes|
|To Middlesbrough||59 minutes|
There is level access to the Middlesbrough bound platform and barrow
crossing to the Whitby bound. Step free access from car park to station
entrance, however car park is cobbled and uneven.
There is a small station car park.
Glaisdale is an unstaffed station.
EVRDC maintain the community noticeboard.
Replacement bus pick-up point: on the main road, at the station entrance.
Taxis: advance booking is essential.
Abbey: 01947 606 666
Streamline: 01947 603 306
Local buses: these buses stop near Glaisdale station.
26 Esk Valley Shopper - Guisborough
26 Glaisdale - Guisborough
27 Northallerton - Whitby but finishes 2nd April 2014
99 Lealholm - Whitby
Traveline: 0871 200 22 33
There is a post office and general store, butcher's shop and pubs.
Grid reference: NZ783055
Lat/Long: 54°26'21.6"N / 0°47'37.6"W
Train times from Glaisdale (10.12.17 to 19.05.18)
Monday to Saturday
Train times from Glaisdale (21.05.17 to 9.12.17)
Monday to Saturday
|* Only runs on Fridays in June July & August, also Monday 21 August for Whitby Regatta and Bank Holiday Monday 28 August.|