Getting ready for your next journey? Whether you’re planning a trip or getting ready for your commute, find out everything you need to know about Brough station facilities here before you travel. At most train stations you’ll find ticket machines to buy or collect tickets, as well as customer help points if you need a helping hand. There are also seating areas in most stations so you can sit back and relax while you wait for your train. For detailed information about the facilities available at Brough station, take a look below.
Yes, there's customer help points at this station.
Customer help points information
Help Points are available on both platforms to contact a member of our team in an emergency or for information when the ticket office is closed. When using the Help Point our CCTV will be monitoring your position for the duration of the call.
Customer services information
To speak to a member of our team please call 0345 600 1671
Assisted travel information
We want everyone to travel with confidence. That is why, if you are planning on travelling on national rail services, you can request an assistance booking in advance - now up to 2 hours before your journey is due to start, any time of the day. For more information about Passenger Assist and how to request an assistance booking via Passenger Assist, please click here.
Is there a ramp at Brough station to get on the train?
Yes, there is a train ramp at this station.
Step-free access information
Ramped access is provided from the station entrance to all platforms. This station is partially staffed. The station staffing hours are:
Monday to Saturday: 05:30 - 19:45
Sunday: 09:00 - 17:00
This station is Category A.
Station staff can provide assistance throughout the station, and with boarding and alighting the train.
Customers requiring assistance should make themselves known to station staff no less than 20 minutes prior to the departure time of their train.
Assistance can be requested in advance by contacting the TransPennine Express Assisted Travel Team on 0800 107 2149 (18001 prefix for TextRelay).
Outside of staffed station hours, assistance to board and alight the train can be provided by the Conductor. The conductor is usually positioned at the rear of the train.
Customers requiring assistance to navigate through the station when the station is unstaffed are requested to contact the TransPennine Express Assisted Travel Team on 0800 107 2149 (18001 prefix for TextRelay) to arrange alternative transport to the closest station where assistance can be provided.
Step-free access coverage
Are there accessible drop off or pick up points at Brough station?
No, there aren't accessible drop off or pick up points at this station.
Are there wheelchairs available at Brough station?
Yes, wheelchairs are available at this station.
Are there accessible ticket machines at Brough station?
Yes, this station has accessible ticket machines.
Accessible ticket machines information
The ticket machine is located on platform 1.
Is there a lowered ticket counter at Brough station?
Yes, there's a lowered ticket counter at this station.
Are there induction loops at Brough station?
Yes, induction loops are available at this station.
Accessible travel links
Are accessible taxis available at Brough station?
No, accessible taxis aren't available at this station.
Accessible station facilities
Is staff help available at Brough station?
Yes, staff are available to help you at this station.
Are there accessible public telephones at Brough station?
No, accessible public telephones aren't available at this station.