The new May 2019 timetable is here and is effective from the 19th of May. The new timetables for both the Leeds – Settle – Carlisle and Leeds – Morecambe routes will remain in service until the 14th of December 2019.

The new timetable brings several adjustments to travel times along the iconic route as well as many changes to services across the Northern network. If you are wishing to travel north of Carlisle, the Tyne Valley line now has a train running every half hour.

Be sure to check your departure and arrival times prior to the start of your journey. To view the latest travel times, click the links below:

Leeds – Settle – Appleby – Carlisle Timetable: 19th May to 14th December 2019. (No longer in service)

Leeds – Bentham – Lancaster/Morecambe: 19th May – 14th December 2019. (No longer in service)

Our latest printed timetable booklet, full of handy travel information, and mini-timetable can be found at rail stations and Tourist Information Centres across the North of England.

Tickets can be purchased online ahead of travel here and/or at selected railway stations along the Leeds-Settle-Carlisle route; Leeds, Skipton, Settle, Appleby and Carlisle are all staffed railway stations. Ticket vending machines are in place at these stations for passengers wishing to purchase tickets outside of ticket office opening hours and/or to collect online purchases.

Whether a short trip along the Settle-Carlisle railway or a longer journey to Scotland or London, you could save money off your rail fare with travel discounts available to National Railcard and Dales Railcard holders (subject to conditions of permitted area of travel). For more information on the Dales Railcard click here. For those unable to purchase a Dales Railcard, click here to find out about National Railcards.

Save more with our Explore voucher scheme! With a range of discounts available from local businesses in the region, be sure to check out the latest offers on our website or pick up our new Explore leaflet at a railway station near you.


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