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Reading railway station

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Reading is on the Great Western Main Line that runs from London Paddington to Bristol Temple Meads. It is a major transport hub and is one of the busiest stations outside London.

Saltaire railway station

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Saltaire is on the Airedale line linking Leeds and Bradford with Skipton and it is served by West Yorkshire’s Metro transport network with frequent trains to Bradford and Leeds.

Leeds railway station

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Leeds Station is the busiest train station in the north of England and England’s second busiest station outside London (after Birmingham New Street).

Bradford Interchange

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Bradford Interchange is a combined bus, coach and railway station in the centre of Bradford.

Bradford Forster Square railway station

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Bradford has two main train stations, Forster Square and Interchange. Bradford Forster Square railway station is served by Northern trains to Ilkley, Leeds and Skipton but you can change at Shipley for trains to Morecambe and Carlisle.

Sheffield railway station

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Sheffield Station on Sheaf Square east of the city centre handles train services to Manchester, London and destinations in the East Midlands and Yorkshire.

York railway station

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York railway station is a busy station on the East Coast Main Line that is served by six different railway operating companies. It is well served by trains with frequent services to Hull, Leeds, Newcastle and Sheffield as well as destinations further afield. Express trains make the journey to London in under two hours

Scarborough railway station

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Scarborough railway station lies at the eastern terminus of the North TransPennine route and the northern terminus of the Yorkshire Coast Line. The station has hourly rail services to Leeds, Liverpool Lime Street, Manchester Victoria and York and trains every two hours to Bridlington, Filey, Hull and Sheffield.

Harrogate railway station

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Harrogate lies on a regional rail line with a half-hourly rail service to Leeds and York via Knaresborough (with trains running every 15 minutes during peak hours) and there is also a daily direct train to London Kings Cross.

Hull Paragon Interchange

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Hull Paragon Interchange is an integrated bus, coach and railway station which is conveniently located in the centre of Hull. It is also next door to a huge 24-hour Tesco Extra supermarket and St Stephen’s shopping centre.

Bournemouth railway station

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Bournemouth railway station is a major stop on the South Western Main Line between London Waterloo and Weymouth. In addition to services from London, CrossCountry runs trains from Bournemouth to Birmingham New Street and Manchester Piccadilly.

Torquay railway station

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Torquay railway station is on the Riviera branch line from Exeter St Davids. Along with Paignton, it is one of the two main railway stations in the Torbay region.

Paignton railway station

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Paignton railway station is the terminus of the Riviera branch line from Exeter St Davids and you are able to change trains here for the heritage Dartmouth Steam Railway. Along with Torquay, it is one of the two main railway stations in the Torbay region.

Plymouth railway station

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Plymouth railway station on the main line from Birmingham and London to Penzance and it is the second-busiest station in Devon.

Exeter St David's railway station

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Although Exeter Central is a more centrally-located station, more trains stop at Exeter St David's, making this Exeter's principal railway station.  is about a 20-minute walk from the city centre.

Exeter Central railway station

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Exeter has two mainline train stations. Central Station in the city centre is the most convenient but more trains stop at Exeter St David’s Station.

St Ives railway station

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St Ives railway station lies at the terminus of the St Ives Bay branch line from St Erth, where connections can be made for trains on the Cornish Main Line.

Penzance railway station

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Penzance railway station is the terminus of the Cornish Main Line from Plymouth and several of the United Kingdom's longest train routes terminate here including the UK's longest train journey, which starts in Aberdeen and takes almost 13½ hours. This station is served by trains operated by CrossCountry and GWR.

Newquay railway station

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Newquay railway station is the terminus of the Atlantic Coast Line, a branch line that connects with the Cornish Main Line at Par.

Falmouth Town railway station

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Falmouth Town is the most centrally located of Falmouth’s railway stations and is just a short walk to the town centre.

Falmouth Docks railway station

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Falmouth Docks railway station is closest of Falmouth’s railway stations to the harbour and Pendennis Castle.

Bristol Temple Meads railway station

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Bristol Temple Meads railway station is the principal railway station in Bristol. It is a major station with 13 platforms, a bar, newsagent and several cafes. The station is located around a 15-minute walk southeast of the city centre.

Bath Spa railway station

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Bath Spa railway station at the southern end of the city centre has excellent train connections to Bristol, London and other destinations in the south of England. The station is served by trains operated by CrossCountry, GWR and South Western Railway.

Chichester railway station

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Chichester lies on the coastal rail line linking Brighton with Portsmouth and Southampton and there are also regular trains to London Victoria station.
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