All of our current timetables are now available to view online.

You can find these by visiting the Stations page for your chosen service - this will display all routes that pass through your chosen station and allow you to download the relevant timetables.

Search Stations for Timetables Create your own personalised digital timetable 

As a result of the continuing impact of COVID-19 we will be running an amended temporary timetable 

Everyone at Northern is working to provide the best possible rail service during this difficult time, but it is simply not possible to operate our usual timetable.

Where we are not able to run trains we will seek to provide rail replacement road transport.

Though we continue to run services, the Government is advising that you should consider all forms of transport when planning a journey.

If you do choose to travel by train, please travel safe. You must wear a face covering on board the train (unless a medical condition or disability prevents you), try to avoid busy times varying your usual travel times to prevent crowding and check the times of your journey before you travel. 

If you are showing any Coronavirus symptoms, however mild, you should self-isolate along with other members of your household. The latest Public Health England advice is available here.  

We will continue to do all we can and hope you will also continue to play your part when travelling on Northern services.

We are operating a temporary timetable, check train times as close to your journey as possible. 

 
 

  

Northern's temporary timetable during the COVID-19 disruption period will appear below in PDF downloadable form when available:

Please note these are subject to change. It is advisable to plan your journey using National Rail Journey Planner for the most accurate service. You can also personalise a timetable for your route, by using the National Rail timetable creator

 

Route 1: Alnmouth and Morpeth to Newcastle and Metrocentre

Northern will not be operating Sunday services on this route from Sunday 5 July. Other operators run trains between Newcastle and Morpeth on Sundays

 

Route 2: Nunthorpe to Middlesbrough and Newcastle

Route improvement works will impact the Temporary Timetable on Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 July. An alternative timetable for these dates is available below.

 

Route 3: Bishop Auckland to Darlington, Middlesbrough and Saltburn

 

Route 4: Newcastle to Hexham and Carlisle

 

Route 5: Middlesbrough to Whitby

 

Route 6: Carlisle to Barrow and Lancaster, Windermere to Lancaster

 

Route 7: Leeds to Settle and Carlisle, Skipton to Lancaster, and Lancaster to Morecambe

 

Route 9: Blackpool to Preston and Colne

 

Route 10: Liverpool to Earlestown and Manchester, Liverpool to Wigan, Preston to Ormskirk

 

Route 12: Manchester to Blackburn and Clitheroe

 

Route 14: Manchester Airport to Manchester, Kirkby and Southport

 

Route 15: Liverpool to Earlestown and Manchester, Liverpool to Wigan

 

Route 16: Liverpool to Warrington Central and Manchester

 

Route 17: Manchester to Altrincham and Chester

Route improvement works will impact the temporary timetable between Manchester, Altrincham and Chester on Sunday 12 July. An alternative timetable for this route is available below.

 

Route 18: Crewe to Wilmslow and Manchester, Manchester Airport to Manchester

 

Route 19: Manchester to Macclesfield and Stoke-on-Trent

 

Route 20: Manchester to Hazel Grove and Buxton

 

Route 22: Manchester to Marple and Sheffield

 

Route 23: Manchester to Marple and Sheffield

 

Route 24: Manchester to Hadfield and Glossop

 

Route 25: Manchester to Stalybridge

 

Route 26: Sheffield to Doncaster, Adwick and Scunthorpe

 

Route 27: Blackpool to Preston, Manchester and Hazel Grove

 

Route 28: Scarborough to Hull, Doncaster and Sheffield

 

Route 29: York to Harrogate and Leeds

 

Route 30: Scarborough to Hull, Doncaster and Sheffield

 

Route 31: Cleethorpes to Barton-on-Humber

 

Route 32: Sheffield to Lincoln

 

Route 33: Sheffield to Barnsley and Leeds

Route improvement works will impact the Temporary Timetable between Sheffield and Nottingham from Tuesday 28 to Friday 31 July. An alternative timetable for these dates is available below.

 

Route 34: Hull to Selby and York

 

Route 35: York and Hull to Leeds

 

Route 36: Leeds to Manchester Victoria and Preston, Manchester to Blackburn via Todmorden 

Route improvement works will impact the Temporary Timetable between Leeds and Wigan Wallgate from Tuesday 28 to Friday 31 July. An alternative timetable for these dates is available below.

 

Route 39: Ilkley to Leeds & Bradford Forster Square

 

Route 40: Skipton to Bradford Forster Square and Leeds

 

Route 41: Goole and Knottingley to Leeds

 

Route 42: Sheffield and Doncaster to Leeds

 

Route 43: Sheffield to Barnsley and Huddersfield

 

Route 46: Bradford Forster Square to Leeds