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Popped up to Scotland via Darlington and the staff are extremely helpful and always on hand to answer any “random” questions...... first class lounge is relaxing and full of complementary food and drink, a true first class service.
Whilst this comment could reflect upon the state of the railway infrastructure as a whole, Darlington has an air of despondency above all others. As a general observation, the platform and ticket office staff give the impression that they would rather be anywhere else, than...More
A testament to Victorian engineering and design and showing few signs of age this fabulous glass roofed station with graceful curves is a must see for any keen railway enthusiast. The station is well kept, clean and has good information displays and announcements. There's a...More
Normally we'd say that a railway station is a railway station is a railway station. However this station is very attractive and protected from the elements with its vast arched roof. It has comfortable waiting areas and a cafe. We tend to think that you...More
Found it a very clean station helpful enough staff. Well enough served with taxis. Doun fall was bridge into station didn't have any assistance for disabled given car park next to it. Apart from that would give a8/10
really easy station to navagate with 2 sides. a small tickets office and a Costa and paper shop and a little kiosk selling cans of booze as well as sweets etc. I do regular trips and there is a warm waiting room if its too...More
I love this station, it's small so easy to navigate, yet you get to travel to so many places from here.
It's £11 to park all day, you then walk over the bridge to the station but are protected by CCTV, you pay when you...More