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Nunthorpe railway station

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Nunthorpe National Rail
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Nunthorpe railway station in 2008
Location
PlaceNunthorpe
Local authorityRedcar and Cleveland
Coordinates54°31′40″N 1°10′10″W / 54.527895°N 1.169580°W / 54.527895; -1.169580
Grid referenceNZ538150
Operations
Station codeNNT
Managed byNorthern
Number of platforms2
DfT categoryF2
Live arrivals/departures, station information and onward connections
from National Rail Enquiries
Annual rail passenger usage*
2013/14Increase 24,203
2014/15Increase 32,510
2015/16Increase 35,766
2016/17Increase 35,814
2017/18Decrease 34,596
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* Annual estimated passenger usage based on sales of tickets in stated financial year(s) which end or originate at Nunthorpe from Office of Rail and Road statistics. Methodology may vary year on year.
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Nunthorpe railway station serves the Middlesbrough suburb of Nunthorpe; the station lies within the borough of Redcar and Cleveland in the ceremonial county of North Yorkshire, England. It is located on the Esk Valley Line and is operated by Northern who provide all of the station's passenger services. One of the two passing loops on the line is located here and there is a level crossing at the eastern end. The signal box that operates it also supervises the movements of trains on the entire branch and remotely controls the junction further down the line at Battersby.

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History

Nunthorpe was originally on the Middlesbrough and Guisborough Railway line from Middlesbrough to Guisborough and opened in 1854. In 1964, the line between Nunthorpe and Guisborough was closed, meaning Nunthorpe was no longer a junction and only a station on the line to Whitby via Battersby.[1] The December 2007 timetable brought about significant changes, and the service is now better than it has been since the mid-1980s when there was an hourly Nunthorpe – Middlesbrough service including seven Whitby trains.

Tees Valley Metro

Nunthorpe station is included, along with other sections of the Esk Valley Line, in the proposed Tees Valley Metro. This is a project to upgrade the Esk Valley Line, Tees Valley Line and Durham Coast Line to provide a faster and more frequent service. In the initial phases the services will be heavy rail mostly along existing alignments. The later phase may introduce tram-trains to allow street running. The project is backed by all the local authorities through which the system would run. These include Hartlepool, Middlesbrough, Redcar & Cleveland, Stockton-On-Tees and Darlington. Support has also been forthcoming from the Department for Transport.

This has brought some improvements to Nunthorpe station, including a new waiting shelter, CCTV cameras and digital information screens. The plans for larger-scale upgrades have been dropped due to lack of available funding.

Facilities

The station is unmanned and has no ticketing provision, so all tickets must be purchased prior to travel or on the train. The main buildings still stand, but are now used as private residential accommodation. A waiting shelter is located on platform 2 (used by trains to Whitby and those that terminate here and return to Newcastle), whilst platform 1 has a canopied waiting area adjoining the main building. Digital CIS displays, timetable posters and a public telephone are provided to offer train running information. Step-free access is available to both platforms via the level crossing.[2]

Services

Monday to Saturday – the service is made up of two components:

The Esk Valley service between Middlesbrough and Whitby (four trains each way per day)

One train per hour (thirteen each way per day) to/from Middlesbrough & Newcastle via the Durham Coast line (two trains run to Darlington rather than Newcastle).[3] The service on this route was substantially improved at the May 2014 timetable change, so as to provide a regular interval service to the new station serving the James Cook University Hospital that opened on 18 May 2014.

Sundays:

The Esk Valley Middlesbrough – Whitby service also runs on Sundays with four trains each way throughout the year.[4]

References

  1. ^ Suggitt, G. (2005). Lost Railways of North & East Yorkshire: Countryside Books. ISBN 1-85306-918-3
  2. ^ Nunthorpe station facilities National Rail Enquiries; Retrieved 13 March 2017
  3. ^ Table 45 National Rail timetable, December 2016
  4. ^ "Esk Valley Railway : Northern Rail Timetable". Esk Valley Railway Development Company. Retrieved 31 March 2014.

External links

Preceding station  
National Rail
National Rail
  Following station
Northern
Disused railways
Ormesby   Middlesbrough & Guisborough Railway   Pinchinthorpe
This page was last edited on 11 December 2018, at 15:23
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