Hull Paragon Interchange

Hull Paragon Interchange

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Hull Paragon Interchange is a transport complex in the centre of the city of Kingston upon Hull (usually known as Hull), England, which opened in September 2007. It integrates the city's railway station with the formerly separate bus and coach station. All are now under one roof, so that passengers may move between the train platforms and the bus stands under cover from the weather.


The railway station was historically called "Hull Paragon", and has always been referred to by locals as "Paragon station", but "Paragon" was dropped from the official name many years ago and railway timetables refer simply to "Hull" station. Currently it is operated by First TransPennine Express, who provide train services along with Northern Rail, First Hull Trains and East Coast.

The station was used as a location in the film Clockwise with John Cleese. It also featured heavily in an early episode of Agatha Christie's Poirot entitled 'The Plymouth Express' (from Poirot's Early Cases), made by LWT and starring David Suchet.

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The former 'Hull Coach Station', which was only partially covered over, used to be shared by Hull Corporation Transport (later KHCT), operating within the city boundaries, and East Yorkshire Motor Services (EYMS), linking all parts of the former East Riding. EYMS is still the main bus company for routes throughout East Yorkshire, but the city...
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