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Whether you’re heading to Selby to cycle the Trans Pennine cycle way or to explore Selby Abbey, you can browse and secure cheap train tickets to Selby with TransPennine Express. Book online or via our app to make the most of your trip.
Selby station is around one mile from Selby town centre. You can hop on a bus to the town centre from right outside the station – either the 405 or the X45. You’ll also find a taxi rank outside too for onward journeys in the surrounding area.
The Leeds to Selby train has a journey time of around 20 minutes, whilst the journey from York takes around half an hour. If you’re travelling from Manchester Victoria to Selby, you can expect to be on the train for 1 hour and 25 minutes. The Hull to Selby train takes half an hour, as does the train from York.
Trains run regularly from Selby train station throughout the day. The first train leaves at 05:35 and the last departs at around 23:00. Make sure you always check your journey for the most up to date times.
You can get cheap train tickets to Selby by buying your tickets in advance – with an advance ticket you can save over 50% on the cost of your tickets. If you can be flexible with your journey and choose off-peak travel times you can also cut down the price of your train tickets. A Railcard will save you 1/3 on train travel. A season ticket is your best option to reduce costs if you regularly travel on the same route in and out of Selby.
When you travel from Selby train station, you’ll find waiting rooms and seating areas as well as accessible toilets and baby changing facilities. There is a car park with 130 spaces and 3 accessible spaces, plus space for 224 bikes. You can buy or collect your tickets from the ticket office or ticket machines.
Selby is a North Yorkshire market town, located 12 miles south of York on the River Ouse. The town has an interesting Viking past and offers plenty for visitors today. Walkers and cyclists will love exploring the scenery around Selby, particularly the Trans Pennine cycle way – it has a direct path right into York.
Selby Abbey is wonderfully picturesque and older than York Minster. Barlow Nature Reserve and Brayton Barff Reservoir are ideal for a day out in nature. With trains to Selby from York taking just 30 minutes and those from Leeds having a journey time of 20 minutes, it’s the perfect location to explore North Yorkshire.
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