First Hull Trains

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^ Pick up northbound,<br>set down southbound;<br>selected weekday services only
  • Note: No First Hull Trains services stop at Peterborough.
|}First Hull Trains is a train operating company in the United Kingdom, running up to seven long distance services each day between London and Hull. The company also serves the towns of Stevenage, Grantham, Retford, Doncaster, Selby, Howden and Brough. It is jointly owned by First Group (80%) following the buyout of its previous parent company GB Railways, and Renaissance Trains (20%).

First Hull Trains is one of the three ‘open access’ rail operators in the UK meaning that instead of owning a franchise and operating a level of service laid down by the Strategic Rail Authority, it applied for, and was awarded in 2002, access rights for 10 years by the Office of the Rail Regulator.

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In 2000 when First Hull Trains first began to operate they ran 3 return services a day using Class 170 Turbostars.With the Introduction of the Class 222 Pioneers the service levels had increased to 6 return services a day by 2006.By 2008 this number had increased to 7 return services a day using faster and better equipped Class 222 Pioneers.In...
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