Scarborough railway station
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|Managed by||First TransPennine Express|
|Platforms in use||5|
|Live arrivals/departures and station information from National Rail|
|Annual rail passenger usage|
|2004/05 *||0.748 million|
|2005/06 *||0.752 million|
|2006/07 *||0.766 million|
|Key dates||Opened 1845|
|National Rail - UK railway stations|
|A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z|
|* Annual passenger usage based on sales of tickets in stated financial year(s) which end or originate at Scarborough from Office of Rail Regulation statistics.|
Scarborough railway station is a railway station in Scarborough, North Yorkshire, England. It opened in 1845. It is one of the eastern termini (end stations) of the North TransPennine route operated by First TransPennine Express. It is also at the northern end of the Yorkshire Coast Line. It also has the longest station seat in the world at 152 yards (139 m) in length.
From Monday to Saturdays there is normally an hourly First TransPennine Express service to York, Leeds, Manchester Piccadilly and Liverpool Lime Street. There is a two-hourly service to Bridlington and Hull on the Yorkshire Coast Line.
On Sundays there is a two-hourly service to York and beyond. There is also a summer only two-hourly service to Hull.
Other websites [change]
- Images of England — details from listed building database (447308)
- The Flying Scotsman arriving in Scarborough - Webshots.com
|Preceding station||National Rail||Following station|
|First TransPennine Express
Yorkshire Coast Line
|East Midlands Trains
Summer Saturday only
|This station offers access to the Cleveland Way|
|Distance to path||1 mile|
|Next station anticlockwise||Whitby 21 miles|
|Next station clockwise||Filey 7 miles|