If you want to explore the cities, coast and country in one day then choose from three of our Day Ranger or Round Robin tickets which include Hadrian's Wall Country and the North East. Hop on and off all day on a particular route or within a defined area - the choice is yours. A great car-free day out for all the family and great value too!

Ticket Types

Please select a ticket type below:

Hadrian's Wall Country Line Day Ranger

North East Round Robin

Tyne and Tees Day Ranger

Terms and Conditions


Hadrian's Wall Country Line Day Ranger

Discover Hadrian's Wall Country and more - everything between the Irish Sea at Whitehaven and the North Sea at Sunderland. Explore the two great cities of Carlisle and Newcastle and years of bloody history in between! There are many walks near this historic wall or, if you want some retail therapy, stop off at the Metrocentre.

  View Hadrian's Wall Country Line route map.

Prices

Adult: £20.70
Child: £10.35
Railcard: £13.65*
Family and Friends: £13.65 / £3.95**


*16-25, Senior, Two Together and Disabled Railcard holders. 
**Family and Friends Railcard holders adult / child.

Prices correct at 2 January 2016


North East Round Robin

Take the train in either direction on this circular tour taking in the world famous Settle - Carlisle line. An adventurous day out with plenty of places to hop off and explore, from Carlisle in the north to Leeds in the south and Appleby in the west to Durham in the east.

  View North East Round Robin route map.

Prices

Adults: £47.50
Child: £23.75
Railcard: £31.35*
Family and Friends: £31.35 / £9.05**

*16-25, Senior, Two Together and Disabled Railcard holders. 
**Family and Friends Railcard holders adult / child.

Prices correct at 2 January 2016


Tyne and Tees Day Ranger

At Shildon discover railway heritage at Locomotion, or take the train to the seaside at Saltburn. Whitby is great for fish and chips and a stroll around the harbour or visit Newcastle and its many attractions, including the Quayside and of course the shops. At Hexham you can visit the abbey or take a stroll around the ancient market town but make sure you don't get locked up in one of Hexham's other attractions - The Old Gaol!

  View Tyne and Tees Day Ranger route map.

Prices

Adults: £21.70
Child: £10.85
Railcard: £14.35*
Family and Friends: £14.35 / £4.15**

*16-25, Senior, Two Together and Disabled Railcard holders. 
**Family and Friends Railcard holders adult / child.

Prices correct at 2 January 2016


Terms & Conditions

Time Restrictions

You can use your on trains timed to depart after 0845 Monday to Friday. You can use them at any time during weekends and Bank Holidays.

Where to purchase

You can buy your Day Ranger or Round Robin tickets at your local staffed station. When boarding at an unstaffed station, or if the ticket office is closed, you can buy them from the conductor on the train.

Prices

The prices shown are valid until 1 January 2016.

Railcard and Child discounts

Railcard discounts are available on most of our Day Ranger and Round Robin tickets (where conditions of the railcard are met). Children 5 - 15 years old inclusive travel at half the Adult fare except on family tickets, where no further discount applies. Please see individual Day Ranger or Round Robin pages for more details.

Timetable Information

For train times, visit the timetable section of our website or pick up a timetable at your local staffed station. Or you can call National Rail Enquiries on 08457 48 49 50. For bus times visit traveline.info or call Traveline on 0871 200 22 33.*

*Calls to 0871 200 22 33 cost 10p per minute plus any charges your network provider makes.

Explore for longer

If you'd like to travel for more than one day, then try our Rover tickets. Each one of our four Rovers covers a large part of the north of England and gives you the option of travelling for either 7 consecutive days, or any 4 days within 8 consecutive days.

Tourist information

For ideas for days out using your Day Ranger or Round Robin, visit:

  • Hadrian's Wall Country: hadrians-wall.org
  • Newcastle and the North East: visitnortheastengland.com

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