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Middlesbrough Station Information

Arrivals, departures, timetables and accessibility.

Ticket Office:

Monday-Friday -
Saturday -
Sunday -

Address:
Middlesbrough station, Zetland Road, Middlesbrough station, Cleveland, TS1 1EG

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From Arrival Time Expected Seating Platform Operator

Predicted seating available

Lots of seats available
Seats available
Limited seats available
- Data unavailable

The predicted seat availability feature is based on information we hold for the previous 7 days. We're working hard to expand this information for all our services.

To Departure Time Expected Seating Platform Operator

Predicted seating available

Lots of seats available
Seats available
Limited seats available
- Data unavailable

The predicted seat availability feature is based on information we hold for the previous 7 days. We're working hard to expand this information for all our services.

The timetables for Middlesbrough are displayed below, click on the Download Timetable link to view the PDF timetable for the route.

Bishop Auckland and Darlington to Middlesbrough and Saltburn

Sunderland and Newcastle to Hexham and Carlisle

Middlesbrough to Whitby (The Esk Valley Railway)

Detailed station information
Ticket Machine
Yes
Penalty Fares
Applicable Operators: Northern, TransPennine Express
Left Luggage
No
Left luggage contact
Lost Property
Yes
Lost property contact
Toilets
The toilets are located on the Station Concourse. The National key toilets are located on the Station Concourse; these toilets are operated by a radar key.
Baby change facilities
Yes
Cycle storage
Spaces:  114
Shelter:  Yes
CTV:  Yes
Location: 

Storage Locations:



On the station concourse - space for 86 cycles



Wood Street Car Park - space for 28 cycles

Storage type:  Stands
Car Park
Station Car Park
Opening times:  Monday-Friday 24h
Saturday 24h
Sunday 24h
Spaces:  135
Off peak charges:  N/A
Hourly charge:  N/A
Daily charge:  £1.00
Weekly charge:  £5.00
Monthly charge:  £18.00
3 monthly charge:  £50.00
6 monthly charge:  N/A
Annual charge:  £180.00
Operator:  APCOA on behalf of TransPennine Express
Website:  https://www.nationalrail.co.uk/
Taxi rank
The nearest taxi rank is at the Bridge Street entrance to the station.
Bus service
Information to plan your onward journey is available in a printable format here
Station alerts
Penalty Fares apply at this station.

If you wish to take a cycle on ANY TransPennine Express services you MUST make a cycle reservation BEFORE you travel. These can be made up to 15 minutes before the departure time.

How to book a bike space:

• WhatsApp: 07812 223 336

• Twitter: @TPEAssist

• Phone: Call 0345 600 1671 (Option 3)

• Online/App: Reserve your bike when you buy your ticket at tpexpress.co.uk or on our app. Search TPExpress in the app/play store.

• Booking Office: Cycle reservations can be requested at any booking office.
Detailed station information
Assisted Travel Team
Help points
Help Points are available on both platforms and within the Booking Hall to contact a member of our team in an emergency or for information when the ticket office is closed. When using the Help Point our CCTV will be monitoring your position for the duration of the call.  
Staff help
Monday-Friday -
Saturday -
Sunday -
Induction loop
Yes
Accessible ticket machines
The ticket machine is located within the Booking Hall. 
Accessible booking office counter
Yes
Ramp for train access
Yes
National key toilets
The National key toilets are located on the Station Concourse; these toilets are operated by a radar key.
Step free access
Whole station
Step free access note
Step free access is provided from the station entrance to all platforms. Lifts are used to provide level access from the subway to both platforms, the booking hall and concourse.



This station is staffed for all services.



This station is Category A.



Station staff can provide assistance throughout the station, and with boarding and alighting the train.



Assistance can be requested in advance by contacting the TransPennine Express Assisted Travel Team on 0800 107 2149 (18001 prefix for TextRelay).
Impaired mobility set down
No
Wheelchairs available
Yes

Serving the busy Yorkshire town of Middlesbrough, nearly one and a half million passengers come through the station’s doors annually. Originally a wooden shed, the station opened in 1830, and with the town’s increasing population, by 1847 new buildings were needed, further being expanded in 1877, incorporating new, larger constructions. Fortunately, the glorious gothic ironwork still exists today and can be enjoyed by visitors to the station who look skywards. The innovative elliptical glass roof design, sadly, was damaged in a German bombing raid in 1942 and had to be replaced.

In 2017 Middlesbrough Station enjoyed yet another renovation to repair exterior stonework, and in the process, a new ticket office, information screens and an upgraded car park were included.

Middlesbrough is a great destination for a day out with the children or shopping with a mate. Make use of Northern’s money saving travel deals, including the Family and Friends Railcard, or the couple-friendly Duo ticket.

How far is it to Middlesbrough Station from Durham Airport?

It takes about 45 minutes to get from Middlesbrough Station to the airport at Durham.

How much is the train from Middlesbrough to Newcastle?

Taking approximately one hour, the journey from Middlesbrough to Newcastle by train can cost as little as £4.00 but check Northern’s money-saving bargains to see how much else you can save.

How long is the walk from Middlesbrough Station to Middlesbrough city centre?

The walk between the station and Middlesbrough town centre takes around 5 minutes, following Albert Road.

What car parking facilities does Middlesbrough Station have?

The car park has 135 spaces, including wide bays and blue badge facilities.

Are there secure bike storage facilities at Middlesbrough Station?

Middlesbrough Station offers spaces for 42 bikes within the station and on the platforms.

What facilities does Middlesbrough Station have?

  • Toilets - including baby changing facilities
  • Station Buffet
  • Shops
  • Postbox
  • Telephones - coins and card
  • Disabled Access - step-free access throughout, with wheelchairs, ramps and Induction Loops available

What popular destinations are can be travelled to from Middlesbrough Station?