Trains to New Clee run up to 1 times per hour from Rauceby.
For cheaper rail tickets and a choice of quieter trains, avoid commuter rush hours. Our Off-Peak and Super Off-Peak tickets are great value and you can buy them just before you board. Our app is the best way to buy last minute tickets, and most of our tickets can be sent to your mobile too.
If you’re a frequent rail traveller, you could get up to a third off every train journey with a National Railcard. Check out our Railcards page for all the options. A Season ticket can save you money if you’re travelling on the same route at least three or four days a week.
Train journey information from Rauceby to New Clee
How much is a train ticket from Rauceby to New Clee?
Take the train from Rauceby to New Clee from just £17.45 one-way based on a return fare. Plan your journey online to see the cheapest train tickets to New Clee for your chosen travel times.
How long does it take to travel from Rauceby to New Clee by train?
The average journey time from Rauceby to New Clee takes 3 hours 55 minutes. Journey times may be slightly longer at weekends and on Bank Holidays. Check journey times on your travel dates with our online journey planner or download a timetable.
How many trains a day are there from Rauceby to New Clee?
There are up to 3 trains per day from Rauceby to New Clee.
Are there any direct trains from Rauceby to New Clee?
No, it’s not possible to get a direct train between Rauceby and New Clee. Find the fastest route with our online journey planner.
What time is the first train from Rauceby to New Clee?
What time is the last train from Rauceby to New Clee?
The last train from Rauceby to New Clee leaves at 17:58.
Can I book assistance for my journey from Rauceby to New Clee?
Yes, we offer Passenger Assist services at the station and on-board between Rauceby and New Clee. We recommend booking at least 12 hours before you travel. You can book assistance online or by calling our Passenger Assist team on 08000 11 33 23.
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