Satnav postcode: DL8 5ET

Harmby Road Leyburn

Leyburn Station, the current terminus of the line, is another one of our stations which is run and maintain by a group of committed and hardworking volunteers. The station is a highlight on your Wensleydale Railway journey with the recent installation of the passing loop and the soon to be fitted railway bridge, make sure you explore the station and pop into Arthur’s Tea Room for a slice of homemade cake and a cuppa before continuing on your journey.

Leyburn is the main market town of mid Wensleydale with shops, cafes and craft shops with tastes such as bespoke chocolate and ceramics catered for (1/4 mile walk from the station). Market day is on a Friday. Why not check out the gin distillery of Taplin and Mageean located next door to the station or take a walk along The Shawl, a limestone escarpment with fantastic views? Reputedly named because Mary Queen of Scots lost her shawl whilst escaping from Bolton Castle.


Arthurs Tea Room


Getting Here

By Car

Leyburn Station is on the A684 on Harmby Road. From Leyburn follow the A684 towards Northallerton, the station is approximately 100 yards after the turn for Middleham and Ripon (A6108).

From Northallerton, head towards Leyburn Town Centre, the station is on the right hand side just after Naylor Myers Builders Merchants.

By Public Transport


For full details of buses serving Leyburn please consult the Dalesbus website which carries up to the minute information in its All Year Buses section.

All services stop at Middleham Road Junction, which is approximately 2 minute walk from the station.