(East Coast Main Line)
Most platforms are covered by a long curving roof. The station was extensively damaged in the Second World War by bombing but was repaired in 1947 and is now Grade II* listed.
York once had fifteen platforms though some have been removed due to remodelling, a major example taking place in 1988 as part of the East Coast Main Line's electrification. The station was renovated in 2009. York is currently managed by London Northeastern Railway (LNER) and is also served by Cross Country, East Midlands Trains, Northern, Hull Trains, Trans Pennine Express and Grand Central.
|Virgin Trains East Coast 43 305 pauses with a ECML express|
|A Northern Pacer in one of the bay platforms|
|TPE 185 123 under the curved roof|
|Northern 142 023 in one the bays, a former platform is to the right|
|A Class 800 Azuma, the future of traction at York|