Popular trains to Harrogate
London to Harrogate
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You can get very respectable savings on cheap train tickets using our journey planner. Or if you’re used to the finer things, it only costs a little more to travel to Harrogate in First Class comfort.
Your train journey to Harrogate is about to get even more special! Our brand new Azuma trains will be taking you to Harrogate from Monday 9 December with five more direct trains between Harrogate and London starting Sunday 15 December. Find out how Azuma is going to improve your journey here.
MORE TRAINS & MORE SEATS WITH AZUMA IN HARROGATE
New Harrogate to London timetable from 15 December
Our new Azuma trains are connecting the North and South with five new trains between Harrogate, Leeds and London. That means there will now be 6 services running seven days a week!
Get from London to Harrogate in as little as 2 hours 50 minutes and Harrogate to London in 2 hours 51 minutes.
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About our new Azuma trains
From the best ever Wi-Fi, plug sockets at every seat and more legroom in Standard, the new Azuma trains will transform your journey experience.
These trains are also more environmentally friendly and will run in electric mode between London and Newark North Gate and then using diesel for the short stretch between Newark and Lincoln. The modern engines will cut harmful emissions by 90 per cent compared to our existing diesel-only High Speed Trains.
Communities and customers at stations across the route will benefit from cleaner air and substantially lower noise pollution levels thanks to the Azuma trains being quieter than the existing fleet which will be fully replaced by June 2020.
Find out more and take a look inside an Azuma train here.
You'll be happy in Harrogate
Consistently topping surveys as the one of the best places to live in England, the genteel Yorkshire spa town clearly has plenty going for it. But its appeal isn’t just based on fresh air – large conference venues make it a popular destination for business too. It even hosted Eurovision back in 1982 (we didn’t win). With cheap train tickets going for a song, you can find a little peace in Harrogate too.