Ulleskelf railway station

Ulleskelf Railway Station

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Ulleskelf railway station serves Ulleskelf in North Yorkshire, England. The station is south of York.

The station opened in 1839 on the York and North Midland Railway near where it crossed the River Wharfe. Nowadays, the station is unstaffed, and all trains that call there are run by Northern Rail.


Despite it being on three lines, only ten trains a day (Monday to Saturday) call at Ulleskelf. Five to York northbound and two to Sheffield, two to Leeds (one of these continues to Blackpool North) and one to Hull southbound.

No trains call here on Sundays.

The station is accessible to wheelchair users.

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