The area around Durham is renowned for castle and european architecture and is famous for its Norman cathedral and 11th-century castle.
Sights and places of interest
Enrich your day out to Durham by visiting or looking out for:
- Durham Obelisk
- FRAMWELLGATE BRIDGE
- Durham Town Hall
- CASTLE WALL AROUND MOTTE ON WEST, NORTH AND EAST SIDES
- THE CASTLE NORTH RANGE
- THE CASTLE WEST RANGE
- Crook Hall
- Maiden's Bower round cairn
- CASTLE GATEHOUSE, ENTRANCE GATEWAY, SIDE WALLS, LINKING WALLS AND FRONT WALL
- THE KEEP (UNIVERSITY COLLEGE)
Planning your journey
Facilities at Durham station
The toilets are located on the Concourse of both platforms. The National key toilets are located on both platforms; these toilets are operated by a RADAR key. A RADAR key is available from the Customer Information Points on both platforms.
|Staff Help Available||
Monday To Friday - 24 Hours
Saturday - 24 Hours
Sunday - 07:00-23:59
|Impaired Mobility Set Down||
|Ramp For Train Access||
|Step Free Access||
This station has step free access to all platforms.
This station is a category A station according to the Office of Rail and Road station classification system https://www.orr.gov.uk/media/10955.
Interchange between the platforms is via a subway. Lift access available
to the subway from both platforms. Durham has two RNIB 'Maps for All' - one is located on the southbound side inside the portico as you approach
the Travel Centre. The second is located on the northbound side to the left of
the waiting room entrance doors beside the taxi rank.
|National Key Toilets||
The National key toilets are located on both platforms; these toilets are operated by a radar key. A radar key is available from the Customer Information Points on both platforms.
|Accessible Ticket Machines||
|Height Adjusted Ticket Office Counter||
DDA compliant counter is available during Travel Centre opening times
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