From the North: A1(M) / A19 from East Scotland, Newcastle, Durham and Middlesbrough. From the South: M1 / A1(M) then A168 towards Thirsk to join A19. From the East: A171 / A170 from the East Coast over the North York Moors. From the West: M6/M62 to M1/ A1(M) / A19 northbound and then as from south.
Free 2 hour disc parking in the market place (collect disc from the library or local shops)
Northallerton Station is only 2 1/2 hours direct from London's Kings Cross GNER Line. Northallerton is also linked via the Trans Pennine Express service to Liverpool, Manchester Airport, Manchester, Leeds, Middlesbrough and Newcastle. Stokesley is 16 miles from Northallerton The Esk Valley Line (Arriva trains) runs from Middlesbrough to Whitby and stops at Great Ayton, Battersby and Kildale.
Useful numbers and websites
By Bus / By Coach
The No. 88/89 runs between Northallerton and Stokesley. The No. 29 runs between Middlesbrough and Stokesley. The No. 81 runs between Redcar and Stokesley.
The daily National Express 'Rapide' coach from London reaches Thirsk in approximately 5 hours. Thirsk is also linked to Leeds, Manchester, Manchester Airport, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Chester.