**During the Covid-19 pandemic, for the latest Government guidance for travelling on public transport click here.

As lock-down eases across the country it is important to remember that there are still restrictions in place on public transport and journeys will be different.

For the latest information from the respective operators click the following links:

Transpennine Express

Northern Rail

The train is a great way to travel if you have further to go. Do you know how much you’re spending when you travel by car? A switch to the train may well save you both money and time!

Scarborough is home to two rail stations which serve both the local area and the wider region:

Scarborough Station is conveniently positioned in the town centre and runs services from York, Leeds, Manchester and Liverpool on the North TransPennine Express route and from Hull on the Yorkshire Coast Line. With 26n cycle stands you can even cycle to the station and get the benefits of active travel as well!

Seamer Station is located four miles south of Scarborough with regular trains running to both Scarborough itself and further afield. Did you know that travelling to Scarborough from Seamer is a 15-minute journey in the car but just 6 minutes by train?


For more information on fares and destinations, visit Transpennine Express and Northern Railway.


If you are a frequent rail user, have you thought about a Season Ticket or does your company have a Corporate Ticket Scheme?