The 06:02 am Beverley to King's Cross service, any train leaving Grantham after 09:30 am and the 15:48 pm service departing King's Cross.
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BHull Trains have 4 spaces available on each train, with reservations recommended.
Free WiFi for all customers throughout their journey.
First Class services are available on all services.
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Trains from Hull to London
The primary rail route on the Hull Trains service is Hull Paragon to King’s Cross. Running seven return journeys a day during the week, this high-speed rail service connects London with the north east, with passengers using the service to then connect onto suburban routes elsewhere in the region. By booking advance train tickets from Hull to London, ticket fares are significantly lower for both a standard ticket and first class travel.
Travelling to Hull gives you the opportunity to explore the UK city of culture in 2017, and take in some of the local attractions and sights. The Humber Bridge is one of the most iconic transport structures in the UK, taking vehicles over the River Humber, it is synonymous for anyone when told to think of something about the area. If you are visiting Hull with the family, make sure to visit The Deep, one of the top aquariums in Europe. With a number of exhibitions to see and a wide variety of species to witness up close, this is a fantastic way to engage with nature and a fun day out for all.
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Hull Trains Routes
While the main express route between Hull and London King’s Cross is the primary journey of the train service, there are a number of stations on the line that are worth a visit. Doncaster is home to a growing nightlife, with plenty of bars and restaurants to experience, and is great for a group night out. For a picturesque walk in the Lincolnshire countryside, Grantham has everything you need for a family day out, especially when on a budget. You can take a walk through the old streets, visit the oldest inn in England, the Angel and Royal, and soak up some of the area’s rich history, which includes the birthplace of Sir Isaac Newton.
About Hull Trains
Hull Trains has become a key link for the city of Hull into London, as well as bringing commuting time from the city to Doncaster and Grantham down also. The train operator announced an upgrade for its fleet of trains, adding 5 Class 802 high-speed trains to the service from 2019.