Bus Travel in Ashington

Stargazing and heritage trails

This scenic mining town is Newcastle's neighbour in Northumberland. It has many charms including its own miniature railway. To get a glimpse into the town's past, explore the Ashington Colliery Heritage Trail or take in the exhibits at Woodhorn Museum, home to the iconic works of the Pitmen Painters, or pop down to the coast. At night, you can eat at one of the many restaurants in town. 

We offer several bus routes including a selection of services in and out of Ashington town centre. Our Ashington bus services also run on to Morpeth and Newcastle city centre. Whether you're commuting or visiting, a bus journey is the ideal way to enjoy this beautiful town.

Coronavirus Update

Following the local lockdown in Ashington and in line with government guidance, our services remain unchanged. You must wear a face covering whilst travelling on board our buses. Unless you are exempt, you could be fined a minimum of £100 by the police or refused travel if you don't. Please follow social distancing guidance on board the bus. For further information, please visit our Coronavirus page here or the Gov.uk safer travel page here.

Bus services in Ashington

Zone maps

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