York Transportation

  • Askham Bar Park & Ride, York
    Askham Bar Park & Ride, York
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  • Askham Bar Park & Ride, York
    Askham Bar Park & Ride, York
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  • On the bus, Askham Bar Park & Ride, York
    On the bus, Askham Bar Park & Ride, York
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Most Viewed Transportation in York

  • 1. Land Train

    Although the National Railway Museum (NRM) is not too far to walk to from the city centre there is a land train that runs from Duncombe Place (near the Minster ) directly to the HRM. The land train...

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  • 2. York Rail Station

    York has a large covered railway station built in Victorian times,in 1877. it is 188.5 miles from London ,today about 2 hours away. . .The main building has a lovely curve.At the moment it is a open...

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  • 3. East Yorkshire Round Robin

    Unlimited train travel from York - York to Scarborough to Hull to Selby to York (or reverse). 2016 prices are adult £23.70, with a railcard £15.65 and child £11.85. This ticket is valid on First Hull...

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  • 4. Railway Station

    York is on the main east-coast line and is actually quite important because the city is roughly halfway between London and Edinburgh. In the past York was also...

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  • 5. The Yorkshire Coastliner/CityZap

    It cost me 8.00 GBP (January 2016) for a day return with Coastliner Buses from Leeds to York. It cost more if you travel at peak time and if you stay more that...

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  • 6. Askham Bar Park & Ride

    I travelled with my family in their car. For drivers going to York it's easier to park at one of the six city's Park & Ride, usually situated on the outskirts...

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  • 7. Virgin trains London to York

    I booked our train tickets from London to York about a month and 1/2 in advance on Virgin East Coast, one direction I got the lowest fare which is £13 one way...

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  • 8. Daytrip from London

    June 2015 update, trains are now run by either Grand Central or Virgin East CoastAlthough there are buses that go from London to York, the only feasible way to...

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  • 9. York to Whitby

    When I decided that I wanted to visit Whitby, the landing place of Dracula, I was overwhelmed with choices on how to get there thanks to VT members Britannia...

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  • 10. North Country Flexi Rover

    This ticket allows 4 days unlimited travel in an 8 day period from York and is exceptional value for the low price and the potential the ticket offers over such...

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  • 11. North East Rover

    If you would like to explore from York by train the North East Rover may be of use. This ticket offers 197 miles of travel on the East Coast Mainline from...

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  • 12. Train

    York has a famous railway station - I've passed through it and changed trains there far more times than I've actually visited the city. It's a hub of north...

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  • 13. Trains in York

    A number of train companies operate trains to and from York. Since privatisation the UKs rail network has been split up in to many companies - on one journey...

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  • 14. Steam train to Scarborough

    A different way to travel to Scarborough is by vintage steam train and through the summer of 2014 old steam trains will run to the town from Normanton,...

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  • 15. Moors Bus

    Moors Bus is an initiative to allow people without cars ( or those with who want to let the bus take them out) to places both well known and others not so well...

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  • 16. From London to York by bus

    We started from Sussex Gardens in London at 8.00. We drove along the A1(M) motorway that connects London with Edinburgh.Then we followed A64 and A19 towards...

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  • 17. To York by train

    I travelled to York by train, taking a regional train to Cologne, then ICE to Brussels, EuroStar to London and then an East Coast train from London to York. The...

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  • 18. Walking in York

    Within York's city centre, walking is definitely the best mode of transport. Exploring all those little streets and alleys, interesting corners, museums and...

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  • 19. Coast Liner

    The Coast Liner is a bus that, as the name says, goes all the way to the Yorkshire coast. There are several lines, but the main route, served by all those lines...

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  • 20. River trips

    Yorkboat operate river trips on their distinctive red boats from their staithes at Lendal Bridge and Kings Staithe in the city centre. The river cruises operate...

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  • 21. Park and Ride

    York is not a good place to take a car in to and for this reason it is best to put your car in one of the five sites around the city that offer a Park and Ride...

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  • 22. York Railway Station

    This is the mainline railway station in the city centre where a number of train companies operate services across the country. The main railway service is the...

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  • 23. London York Train

    Hmm.. good to hear from you, I can help you to plan your trip more effectively. Here you can have a look on Londonyorktrain.com which will help you to plan your...

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  • 24. round tour

    I decided to take a Hop on-hop off trip to get a lay of the land. I sat on the upper deck with the guided commentary piped beside my seat. There are 22 stops...

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  • 25. park & ride

    Traffic congestion & parking problems are a well know problem in the city. The municipality's solution (or one of them, anyway) is a series of park and ride...

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