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Trains to Thirsk

First opened in 1841, Thirsk is a charming small station in North Yorkshire, with fine views of the surrounding countryside from its open-air platforms. Originally known as Newcastle Junction, it actually lies 1.5 miles from the town centre, on the outskirts of a small village called Carlton Miniott. Thirsk itself is a traditional market town that is ideal for exploring the North York Moors and the Yorkshire Dales. Casual walkers can enjoy short walks from the town and along the river, and there are more challenging treks around the Hambleton Hills and the paths off The Drove Road. The town centre may be a short bus ride away but it's worth the trip, with a busy cobbled market square surrounded by quaint independent shops. The town also has two famous sons: vet and author of James Herriot was born here, and Thomas Lord, after whom Lord's Cricket Ground is named, was also a child of the town.

Station details & facilities

Thirsk station is accessible on either side. Both entrances lead on to the footbridge, with stairs leading down to platforms 1 and 2. A ticket office and disabled toilets can be found on platform 1, and there is also a car park on this side of the station. Trains north to Middlesbrough and Sunderland depart from platform 2, and trains to London King's Cross and Manchester depart from platform 1.
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Thirsk

TransPennine Express

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16:41

Thirsk

Grand Central

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16:55

Thirsk

TransPennine Express

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17:33

Thirsk

TransPennine Express

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Thirsk

TransPennine Express

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16:33

Manchester Airport

TransPennine Express

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16:43

London Kings Cross

Grand Central

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16:56

Middlesbrough

TransPennine Express

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17:33

Manchester Airport

TransPennine Express

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17:55

Middlesbrough

TransPennine Express

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