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Train

Rail travel

Middlesbrough station

Middlesbrough's main station is located a five minute walk from the town centre. The main station entrance is on Bridge Street West, and another entrance can be found on Albert Road, close to the Albert Bridge. The Bridge Street West entrance is fully accessible, and once inside, lifts are available to both platforms.

The closest parking facilities are at Wood Street and the Zetland multi-storey car park.

The station has ticket machines and staff available to assist customers, as well as waiting rooms. View a full list of facilities at Middlesbrough station.

The station is served by both Transpennine Express and Northern, and trains depart to a variety of destinations including Newcastle, York, Leeds and Manchester.

View live departure information for Middlesbrough station.

James Cook station

Middlesbrough also has a rail halt located close to James Cook Hospital on Marton Road. There no waiting rooms. Passengers wishing to pick up tickets or speak to a member or staff should use Middlesbrough station. View a full list of facilities at James Cook rail halt.

View live departure information for James Cook station.

Marton station

Marton station is located on The Grove, close to the border between Middlesbrough and Redcar and Cleveland. There no waiting rooms. Passengers wishing to pick up tickets or speak to a member or staff should use Middlesbrough station. View a full list of facilities at Marton station.

View live departure information for Marton station.

Middlesbrough public transport map