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Arriving by train?

Travelling by train is a great way to travel.  It's better for the environment and it's often better for you.  All you need to do is sit back and watch the beautiful scenery go by.

Leeds, York and Lancaster on the edge of the Dales are all served by frequent express train services from most parts of the UK, linking with good rail services to Skipton, Darlington, Harrogate, Northallerton and Ilkley, with bus services into the heart of the Dales.

Other opportunities for rail travel within the Dales area include the Leeds-Morecambe and Leeds-Settle-Carlisle lines, the newly re-opened Wensleydale Railway (from Leeming Bar to Bedale, Leyburn and Redmire) and the Embsay & Bolton Abbey Steam Railway (website links open in new windows).

For more information about train travel, take a look at the Rail and Train section of this website, contact  National Rail enquiries or visit the 'Train and Rail Operators' section of 'Related Links' for links to all train operators' services.

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