Endwall flows contribute the most crucial role in loss generation for axial flow turbine and compressor blades. These losses lead to modifying the blade loading and overall performance in terms of stable operating range. The present study aimed to determine the endwall flow streams in a low-speed low-pressure linear turbine cascade vane using a numerical approach. The study includes two sections. The first section includes an attempt to understand different secondary flow streams available at the endwall. The location of the horseshoe vortex and subsequent vortex patterns are identified in the section. The selection of a suitable turbulence model among shear stress transport (SST) k–ω and SST γ–θ to identify endwall flow streams is studied prior to the section. The steady-state numerical study is performed using Reynolds Averaged Navier–Stokes equations closed by the SST γ–θ turbulence model. The computational results are validated with experimental results available in the literature and are found to be in good agreement. The study is extended for different inflow conditions in a later section. The second section includes the effect of flow incidence and turbulence intensity on the endwall secondary flow field. Four different inflow incidences are considered for the study. The inlet turbulence intensities are varied by 1% and 10% for each case. The results revealed different secondary flow patterns at an endwall and found the change in behavior with inflow conditions. SST γ–θ turbulence model with lower turbulence intensity is more suitable to identify such flow behavior.