(East Coast Main Line &
Tees Valley Line)
The current station buildings date from another rebuilding which opened in 1887 and included a three span roof and new interchange lines. The station became a busy interchange station due to its links to the likes of Richmond, Bishop Auckland and Saltburn.
Darlington is a stop on the East Coast Main Line served by Virgin East Coast and also hosts services by Northern, Trans Pennine Express and Cross Country. The station has two through roads and two South facing bay platforms. There were once also bays to the North but these closed in the 1960s.
|South facing bay platforms, usually occupied by Pacers|
|View of the roofs from down the platform|
|Virgin 91 121 propels a North bound ECML express through the station|