Nunthorpe is an outer suburb of Middlesbrough. The railway station is at its hub. The original village of Nunthorpe, about a mile south of here, grew up around Nunthorpe Hall, which dates from the 1620s, though that house was largely rebuilt in the 19th century. This stretch of the railway line forms the boundary between the boroughs of Middlesbrough and Redcar & Cleveland.
Whilst on the train between Nunthorpe and Great Ayton, look out for the striking views of Roseberry Topping.
are now 18 services Monday to Saturday between Middlesbrough and
Nunthorpe and 10 each way on Sundays, all year round.
Six services Monday to Saturday, and four on Sundays continue beyond Nunthorpe along the Esk Valley to Whitby. There are also two extended services that go beyond Nunthorpe; the 13:15 calls at Great Ayton and Battersby ONLY as does the 17:13.
Timetables and live train times are below:-
All Northern Timetables
Route 2: Nunthorpe & Middlesbrough to Newcastle & Metrocentre
Route 5: Middlesbrough to Whitby
Esk Valley Railway Forget-me-not Dementia-friendly Train
Due to coronavirus, we have had to cancel until further notice.
This service was running on the first Wednesday of
the Month with
live music from the Dave Clegg Duo, sing alongs and bring your own
picnic. We will get this back as soon as we are able. For a flavour of
last year's trains, see here.
Nunthorpe Knitters Keep Knitting!
Look out for the latest from the Marton and Nunthorpe Knitters. They
acheived International fame and national newspper coverage with their
Royal Wedding Knit and are constantly adding to their repertoire - this one for VJ Day, 2020.
The Naughty Habit Cafe - Tel: 01642-312304
Address: 91a Guisborough Road TS7 0JS
A short walk from the Station See here for directions. Find out more on their Facebook Page
Middlesbrough Golf Club
Brass Castle Lane, Marton, Middlesbrough, TS8 9EE
Tel: 01642 311766 www.middlesbroughgolfclub.co.uk
Ford Close Riding Centre
Brass Castle Lane, Marton, Middlesbrough TS8 9EE
Tel: 01642 300257 www.fordcloseridingcentre.co.uk
Come and explore the Land of Iron Walks in the North York Moors
There are ten circular walks from stations with close connections to the Ironstone mining era of the late 1800s. Try the train down the Esk Valley and from Great Ayton to Grosmont, each station tells a story and shows a map with a circular walk. The information boards were funded by the North York Moors National Park's Land of Iron Team and you can find out more about this amazing project here. There is also a permanent exhibition at the Moors Centre, Danby, which is a 20 minute walk from the station.
|Off-Peak fares from Nunthorpe||With EVR Railcard discount|
|Day Return to Whitby||£7.90||
|Day Return to Middlesbrough||£3.40||
|Journey times from Nunthorpe|
|To Whitby||76 minutes|
|To Middlesbrough||13 minutes|
Access to the platforms is step free.
There is a shelter on platform 1.
Ramped access from the car park to the station entrance is via a level crossing.
There is a bicycle store.
Nunthorpe Lane is an unstaffed station.
Replacement bus pick-up point: service bus stops on Guisborough Road, by the entrance to the station car park for Whitby, outside the Nunthorpe Early Years Centre for Middlesbrough.
Taxis: advance booking is essential.
ablecabs (wheelchair taxi)
Local buses: these buses stop near Nunthorpe Station.
28 Middlesbrough - Lingdale
28A Middlesbrough - Stokesley
29 Middlesbrough - Nunthorpe
These services depart from Swan's Corner on the A171 (10 mins walk from the Station)
5 Middlesbrough - Loftus
93 Middlesbrough - Scarborough
Traveline: 0871 200 22 33
There are shops and cafes on the Guisborough Road including a florist, pharmacy and post office. A newsagent on nearby Rookwood Road. The pub, the Brunton Arms, is on Stainton Way.
Grid reference: NZ538150
Lat/Long: 54°31'40.3"N / 1°10'10.3"W