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This is a pleasant station, but it has no Marks and Spencer food shop nor a Waitrose. All it has is the grossly overpriced WhistleStop. It was actually cheaper to buy food and drink on the train than use this shop.
Platform 6 is bit...More
York is a very attractive train station with all sorts of architectural influences. It is not a huge station but a very pleasant one to visit. There are a couple of small shops for food travel essentials and a car hire place that is run...More
Although I love railways, it was a long time since I travelled by rail in England. My memories of English stations revolve around dirt and bad pints of Guinness. York was nothing like this. Easy to manouevre and had a very nice and handy footbridge...More
This is a busy station and full of history as it is a main LNER link to all parts of England.
Plenty of places to get something to snack on and adjacent to station two pubs.
Great clock on bridge.
Think it’s got the longest...More
We came to York to see the shamble and also the National Railway Museum . Parking in York would have cost a lot , So we went to Poppleton station and caught northern in York. When we arrived into York just exiting the Train was...More
Its set out well so it never feels overcrowded. Lots of information screens and easy to find platforms. There can be steps depending on which platform. Also leads to the Railway museum and The Flying Scotsman sometimes passes through.
There is even a pub on...More