Acomb Baptist Church

Together knowing Jesus and making him known

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Travelling by bus 

Acomb Bus Map

 No

 Route (Timetable link)

 Stop
Proximity

 Sunday
 Service?

 Operator

Bus Tracking
Link (all)

 1

Haxby, Wigginton, New Earswick, City Centre, Railway Station, Acomb

 80m

 Yes

 First

 1

 4

City Centre, Tadcaster Road, Dringhouses, Foxwood

 450m

 Yes

 First

 4

 5A



Strensal, Huntington, City Centre, Railway Station, Poppleton Road

(Changes to/from a No 5 while doing a circuit of Acomb)

 80m

 Yes

 First

 5/5A

 16

City Centre, Piccadilly, Hamilton Drive, Acomb

 950m

 No

 Connexions

 16

 24

City Centre, Holgate, Acomb

 950m

 No

 Transdev

 24

 200 

Tesco (Askham Bar), Woodthorpe, Foxwood, Acomb, Boroughbridge Road, Holgate, Railway Station, City Centre, James Street 
** Early morning and one-way only. **

 80m

 No

 First

 200

 412

York, [Knapton*], Rufforth, Tockwith, Wetherby connects with X70 to/from  Harrogate *North Yorkshire Council operates one service daily each way via Knapton.

 500m

 No

 Connexions
 412 X70 
/ incl. NYC via Knapton 412

 412 
[Knapton]


York Goes Electric

 York Electric Logo

 

 ElectrolinerRoute1

 Wright Streetdeck Electroliner on No 4

 

 Optare Metrodecker EV on route 5/5A


Travelling by car 

Please use the church car parks, front or rear. If full, there is on-street parking
on Ridgeway. Please be considerate to other road users by not parking near junctions.

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Travelling by Train

York Station is served by direct services from all over the UK from as far afield as Aberdeen, Birmingham, Bristol, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Harrogate, Hull, Inverness, Leeds, Liverpool, London, Manchester (including the Airport), Middlesbrough, Plymouth, Saltburn, Scarborough, Sunderland and with often as little as one change you can reach most destinations in the country - or even Amsterdam, Brussels or Paris. Operators are Cross Country (Arriva), Grand Central (an Arriva 'open Access'  operator), LNER (Government owned)Northern (Government owned) and Transpennine Express (First Group). Although 'open access' operator Lumo services (First Group) do go through York on their way between London and Newcastle/Edinburgh, they do not stop.

Poppleton station is, technically the closest; on the circuitous route from York to Leeds (via Knaresborough and Harrogate). It is 2miles away, is not staffed, has no taxi rank and would be two bus journeys to get to the church - so you may find York station more convenient.

You can track progress of your train on-line (using Signal BoxTraksy or Open Time Trains). A certain amount of technical knowledge is required. 

Last updated 30 August 2023. (BAF)