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Trains in Harrogate

Trains in Harrogate 

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Trains in Harrogate –  Harrogate railway station dates back to 1862. Originally designed by the architect Thomas Prosser, the station was the first structure in Harrogate built of brick, but in the 1960s, it was largely torn down and replaced by the existing, more utilitarian building. In the summer, pretty flowerbeds and hanging gardens around the station nod to the town’s famous Harlow Carr Botanical Garden.

Trains in Harrogate arrive right in the centre of town, with the main attractions within a few minutes’ walk. Harrogate’s Turkish Baths and Health Spa have been offering visitors much-needed respite since the 1800s, and The Royal Pump Room Museum, in its grade II listed building, explores the history of what some consider to be England’s premier spa town. For food, a good bet is Betty’s Tearooms, the town’s queen of finger food located in the illustrious Montpellier Quarter, the Antiques and Art Centre of the North.

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Popular train journeys

From local trips to cross-country adventures, find info and book train tickets for popular journeys in the UK and rest of Europe.

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London to Edinburgh

London to Manchester train

London to Brighton

Glasgow to London

Edinburgh to London

London to Birmingham

London to Liverpool

Liverpool to London train

London to Bath

Birmingham to London train

London to Oxford train

Newcastle to Glasgow train

London to Leeds train

London to Cardiff train

London to Newcastle train

Popular routes in England

Popular routes in Scotland

Cheap trains to London

Cheap trains to Manchester

Trains to Edinburgh

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Travelling across Europe? No problem! We gather routes, prices, and travel times from over 270 rail and coach operators in 45 countries. Read our guides to trains in Europe and travelling Europe by bus for more information.

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