The Tyne Valley Railway timetable from 16 May to 11 December 2021 is available here
You can buy tickets at the ticket vending machines available at all the stations along the route. You can buy tickets for travel throughout the country online
Please follow current Covid-19 government advice about travel on public transport. Face coverings must be worn at stations and on trains.
Northern have introduced a penalty for passengers on the Tyne Valley Railway and other routes who do not have a valid ticket or Promise to Pay Notice. More details are available on Northern's website.
Remember you can claim compensation under the Delay Repay Scheme operated by Northern and other train companies if you train is cancelled or if you arrive at your destination station 30 minutes or more late. Northern provide compensation for late arrivals of 15 minutes or more late.
Read the summaries below and click on the tiles to find out more about train times and travel information, buying tickets, local buses and other transport options. You can also read some of the frequently asked questions
You can travel to the Tyne Valley Railway by rail from stations throughout England, Wales and Scotland with connections at Carlisle and Newcastle from the East and West Coast Main Lines.
Once in the Tyne Valley area, you may wish to venture further. The AD122 bus calls at Haltwhistle and Hexham Railway stations and provides a daily service during the summer months to some of the wonderful Roman attractions and The Sill National Landscape Discovery Centre. More information about this bus service is available on Go NorthEast's website or download the AD122 bus timetable here.