Sherburn-in-Elmet railway station serves the little community of the same name in North Yorkshire roughly half way between Leeds and York. It was constructed in the mid-19th century by the then York and North Midland Railway and was open for over a century before being closed down in the ‘60s during the Beeching Axe. In the mid ‘80s, it was reopened by British Rail and is now managed, along with the trains that pass by on the Dearne Valley Line, by Northern. It’s an unstaffed two-platform station with facilities that include timetable posters and a waiting shelter on one side of the tracks. There are no facilities for buying tickets, so they must either be bought online in advance or on board the train with the conductor. There’s a departure every hour direct to York in just 16 minutes and one departure every two hours to Selby in 13 minutes.
In nearby Sherburn-in-Elmet, you’ll find a pretty high street packed with restaurants, cafes and cosy pubs, plus the ever-popular Wolsey Fisheries.
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Station is not suitable for disabled rail users in particular wheelchair users due to the barrow crossing which has gaps between the rail and board.
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