Trains to Cleethorpes

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Cleethorpes is a seaside resort on the estuary of the Humberin in the North East of Lincolnshire. The town lies on the Greenwich meridian with the lowest annual average rainfall in the British Isles.

The town’s former original industry used to be fishing until it developed into a resort in the 19th century. The town is served by Cleethorpes railway station that is managed by TransPennine Express and also served by Northern and East Midlands Trains. TransPennine Express operates an hourly service to Manchester via Sheffield and Doncaster. Trains to London Kings Cross are operated via Doncaster.  Northern operates a two‐hour weekdays and Saturday service to Barton‐on‐Humber, and Saturdays Northern also operate three services to Sheffield via Brigg. East Midlands Trains operate a very limited timetable at Cleethorpes with just one morning train to Newark North Gate and one evening train to Lincoln on a Monday to Friday basis. East Midlands Trains also run three services each way from and to Nottingham, via Lincoln.

Passengers travelling to North East of Lincolnshire are advised to purchase train tickets to Cleethorpes online where they can benefit from early booking discounts up to 43% on the original train fare. Travelers arriving at Cleethorpes railway station will benefit from step free access, toilets and refreshment facilities. Whereas passengers departing from this train station can benefit from a fully staffed ticket office open Monday to Saturdays a self‐service ticket machine, waiting rooms, customer help points, timetable posters and displays are located on both the concourse and on each platform. Cleethorpes train station is located nearby the seaside promenade, where passengers can progress to and enjoy donkey rides, sticks of rock and a bag of chips on the beach. The construction of Cleethorpes train station allowed the development of a fishing quaint quiet village into the booming seaside resort that the town is today. The town offers endless opportunities for family entertainment, including the American sweetshop Candiland, the Lollipop Road Train and Cleethorpes' miniature seaside railway, with the world smallest pub, The Signal Box Inn. Families will also enjoy visiting the Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway offering visitors the opportunity to hop on heritage trains running to the mount of Buck Beck. Or the Jungle Zoo, part‐taking into feeding sessions and demonstrations. The Time Trap Museum is a former town hall and jail featuring unique historical exhibits including prisoner cells and narrow corridors. Buy train tickets to Cleethorpes in advance for the whole family and start planning your visit to this thriving seaside resort.