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Northallerton

Northallerton is a town of approximately 16,000 people, situated in North Yorkshire. The town was originally Roman, but its recent growth has been partly down to its situation on the main route between London and Edinburgh.

Today, the town remains tied to this route, as trains on the East Coast Main Line call at the station.

How to get to Northallerton from
Route 1:

The train between London and Edinburgh is operated by East Coast, travelling up the east side of England and Scotland along the historical East Coast Mainline, between London King's Cross and Edinburgh Waverley. The relatively quick journey is a great alternative to flying, as it gets you right to the heart of the cities in a matter of hours, and for a very reasonable price (as long as you book in advance!).

In the past, a number of these services continued to/originated from Glasgow Central. East Coast now only operates one Glasgow service per day Mondays-Fridays, none on Saturdays and only one on Sundays. If you are travelling between London and Glasgow, the West Coast Man Line is a better option.