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.
Please note that Timetables are subject to change. It is advisable to plan your journey, as close to your travel time as possible, using National Rail Journey Planner for the most accurate service information.
Northern has introduced a new set of timetables as the entire rail industry adapts to a ‘new normal’ as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Introduced on Monday 14 September, these timetables deliver more services in many areas and extended operating hours in others.
On a very small number of routes there has been no increases and, for a handful, a reduction in services.
The timetables don’t represent a return to pre-COVID service levels, but do reflect the challenges facing Northern and the changing demands of customers, many of whom will be returning to schools and workplaces for the first time in several months.
We are doing all we can to provide the best possible service for customers across the network. Many members of staff have been shielding and the knock-on effects of the virus will be felt for many months.
With limited resources, the timetables have been designed to put all our available staff in the right places at the right times to keep as many people as possible on the move without risking reduced punctuality and reliability.
The new timetables began on 14 September and details can be found below.
Travelling with us
If you choose to travel by train, please travel safe. You must wear a face covering on board the train and in the station (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.
Timetables 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
Route 2: Nunthorpe to Middlesbrough and Newcastle
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 18: Crewe to Wilmslow and Manchester, Manchester Airport to Manchester
From Monday 14 September, this route will be part of Route 21.
Route 19: Manchester to Macclesfield and Stoke-on-Trent
Route 20: Manchester to Hazel Grove and Buxton
Route 21: Manchester to Manchester Airport local stopping services and Manchester to Crewe.
Route 22: Manchester to Marple and Sheffield
From Monday 14 September, this route will be part of Route 23.
Route 23: Manchester to Marple and Sheffield
Route 24: Manchester to Hadfield and Glossop
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 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 37: Chester to Leeds
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