Trains to Darlington
Cheap Trains to Darlington
"Darlington is a town in County Durham. Best known for its pioneering role in the development of the railway in the 19th Century.” WikiVoyage
Thanks to the influence of local Quaker families during the Georgian and Victorian Era, Darlington, which is Darlo to the locals, flourished into the contemporary English market town that it is known today.
Visiting Darlington by Train
The town lies within the Borough of Darlington packed with pedestrians in its town centre where those who love a good Black Friday and Weekend sale would find out just what makes Darlo a must-see place to visit in North-eastern England. They have a town centre abuzz with a wide range of designer and high street brands as well as markets of the best quality where tourists can enjoy a sumptuous lunch in a continental restaurant or pub if you would fancy a pint.
Darlo locals take pride in their world-famous railway heritage and rightfully so. Therefore, you have to make the Darlington Railway Centre & Museum one of your first stops so you don’t miss out on Stephenson’s “Locomotion” and take part in a number of family activities.
Darlo is also where you can find North East’s number one leisure venue, The Dolphin Centre where you can enjoy a splash on one of the four pools and let off some steam while you’re at it.
Take a nice walk along the gorgeous South Park or feast your eyes on the sculptures displayed at West Park. When evening comes and you happen to be with someone special, you will not run out of choices, as the town doesn’t fall behind when it comes to the music scene. You will love the Edwardian Civic Theatre, Arts Centre and the latest music venue, as well as The Forum Music Centre.
From most of the country’s largest towns and cities, you can reach Darlington by train through Bank Top Station since the British Rail connects to Darlington Station.
Main stations in Darlington
- North Road