Route of the Esk Valley Railway

Middlesbrough

Middlesbrough is a lively modern city offering great shopping, entertainment and spectator sports, as well as a major art gallery. The Esk Valley Railway goes right into its heart, making this the ideal way to visit Middlesbrough; and by the same means, residents of this city can, quickly and comfortably, reach some of Yorkshire's most spectacular countryside, or travel further to the historic seaside town of Whitby. 
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Designed by William Peachey, a prominent Victorian architect, the imposing Middlesbrough railway station was opened in 1877. It has recently benefited from extensive refurbishment.
Read more about the history of Middlesbrough railway station

In the Town Hall Square, take a look at the statue of John Vaughan. One of the bronze plaques on the base of this monument shows a sailing ship, ironworks and a very early locomotive hauling wagons of iron ore or coal, thus commemorating the industrial heritage of Middlesbrough and the origin of its railways.

Live Train times to and from Middlesbrough

Full Timetable in pdf format

Esk Valley Railway Music and Ale Trains for 2019

Real Ale, Real Music, Real Fun!
Enjoying a pint of beer

A late Friday service starts on Friday 29th March with Music & Ale back on from the first Friday in May.
Enjoy a scenic trip up or down the Esk Valley and call in on one of the pubs for a meal or drink, then catch the train coming back, or try a walk from one station to the next.


MIMA

Centre Square, Middlesbrough, TS1 2AZ
The Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art (MIMA) is a short walk from the railway station. Surrounded by a new public square and itself housed in a £14.2 million landmark building, designed by Erick van Egeraat Associated Architects, MIMA brings together the city's art collections for the first time and hosts temporary exhibitions of fine and applied arts from 1900 to the present day. Admission is free.
Find out more about MIMA

Dorman Museum

Linthorpe Road, Middlesbrough, TS5 6LA
A wide-ranging museum collection with changing exhibitions and permanent themed galleries covering natural history, ornithology, archaeology, ethnography, social history, local history and astronomy. Refreshments are available in Nana Tom's café. Admission is free.
Find out more about the Dorman Museum

Transporter Bridge

Spanning the River Tees amongst Middlesbrough's docks, the Transporter Bridge, opened in 1911, is an impressive landmark visible for miles around, and it has become the best-known image associated with this city. At 851 feet, it is the longest operational transporter bridge anywhere in the world. Its cantilever construction has three main spans, giving its unique appearance. The bridge is effectively two almost independent structures joined at the centre. Each half of the bridge has an "anchor" span of 140 feet and then cantilevers across the river 285 feet from the tower leg to meet its twin from the opposite bank. The passenger gondola is suspended by steel cables and runs on a wheel and rail system approximately 160 feet above the river. The Transporter Bridge provides a regular quarter-hourly service between Middlesbrough and Port Clarence for 18 hours a day. 
Find out more about the Transporter Bridge 

More about Middlesbrough

For news, events, restaurants, theatre, nightlife and attractions and special offers for hotels, go to www.visitmiddlesbrough.com

Walking

The Tees Link

This is an 11-mile trail which connects the Cleveland Way at Highcliff Nab to the Teesdale Way at Middlesbrough Dock.
Find out more about The Tees Link

Off-Peak fares from Middlesbrough  
With EVR Railcard discount
Day Return to Whitby £8.90
£5.90
Note: 07:04 service Mon-Fri is a Peak Fare Train (£10.50 Adult, Child £6.95)

Journey times from Middlesbrough  
To Whitby 90 minutes

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Train times Middlesbrough to Nunthorpe & Whiby (9.12.18 to 18.05.19)

 
Monday to Saturday
 
*
M'brough dep
0653
0705
0734
0855
0934
1020 1055 1154# 1402
1458
1555
1659
1756
1855
2001
2120
 
2120
James Cook Hospital 0657 0709 0738 0859 0938 1024 1059 1159 1406 1502 1559 1703 1801 1859 2005 2124   2124
Marton dep
0712
0741
0902
0941
1027
1102
1202 1409
1505
1602
1706
1804
1902
2008 2127  
2127
Gypsy Lane dep
0701
0715
0744
0905
0944
1030
1105
1205 1412
1508
1605
1709
1807
1905
2011 2130  
2130
Nunthorpe arr
dep
0705
 

0719

0719
0747
0909

0947
1034
1108
1208
1416
1420
1511
1608
1712
1717
1810
1811
1908
2014
2133

 
2133

2134
Great Ayton

0726



1041


1427



1724
1818




 2141
Battersby
arr
dep

0732
0735



1047
1050


1433
1436



1730
1824
1827





 
2147
2150
Danby
arr
dep

0755



1110


1456




1846





 
2209
Whitby arr
0837



1151

1537




1928





 
2250

# Departs Middlesbrough 5 mins later on Saturdays. ~ Departs Middleesbrough 1 min earlier on Saturdays
* Starts running on Friday, 29 March,2019 with Music & Ale from 1st Friday in June, to last Friday in August.



 
Sundays
M'brough dep   0841 0951 1046 1149 1249 1347 1447 1647 1747                
James Cook Hospital   0845 0955 1051 1153 1253 1351 1451 1651 1751                
Marton dep   0848 0958 1054 1156
1256 1354 1454 1654 1754                
Gypsy Lane dep   0851 1001 1057 1159 1259 1357 1457 1657 1757                
Nunthorpe
arr
dep
  0854
0854
1005 1100
1100
1202 1302 1401
1404
1500 1701
1704
1800                
Whitby arr  
1011
 
1227
    1521   1820                  
   

Train times Whiby to Nunthorpe & Middlesbrough  (9.12.18 to 18.05.19)


Monday to Saturday
**

*

Whitby dep  


0845


1158


1558



1935
 
2258
Danby 


0925


12381350

1639



2015
 
2338
Battersby
arr
dep
 


0944
0947


1257
1300
1405
1408


1700
1703
1744

2034
2037
 
2358
0001
Great Ayton
 


0953


1306


1708
1749


2043
 0007
Nunthorpe
arr
dep
 
0720
0806
0920
1000
1001
1120
1220
1312
1314
1420
1519
1620
1716

1716
1757
1815
1920 2020
2050
2051
2140 0013
0013
Gypsy Lane dep  
0722
0808
0922
1003
1122
1222
1316 1422
1521
1622
1719
1818
1922 2022
2053
2142
0016
Marton dep  
0725
0811
0925
1006
1125
1225
1322 1425
1524
1625
1722
1820
1925 2025
2056
2145 0018
James Cook Hospital  
0728
0814 0928 1009 1128 1228 1323 1428 1527 1628 1724 1823 1928 2028 2059 2144 0021
M'brough arr  
0733
0819
0933
1015
1133
1233
1328 1435
1532
1633
1730
1830 1933 2033
2106
2153 0026
* * Starts running on Friday, 29 March,2019 with Music & Ale from 1st Friday in June, to last Friday in August.
** Does not run on Fridays.
     
   
 
Sundays
Whitby dep    
1019
   
1248
      1828                
Nunthorpe
arr
dep
  1019
1134
1135
1217 1319
1404

1405
1519 1619 1819 1943 1944                
Gypsy Lane dep   1021
1137
1219 1321
1407
1521 1621 1821 1946                
Marton dep   1024
1140
1222 1324
1410
1524 1624 1824 1949                
James Cook Hospital   1027 1143 1225 1327 1413 1527 1627 1827 1952                
M'brough arr   1032
1149
1232 1332
1419
1532 1632 1832 1958                
Printer-friendly Middlesbrough train timetable

 


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