The Yorkshire Coast Line
is a railway line
in northern England. It runs northwards from Hull Paragon
calling at other intermediate stations.
The Yorkshire coast line
or "Hull to Scarborough line" is composed of two railway lines; from Hull to Seamer the line runs on track known as the Hull to Bridlington line, from Seamer to Scarborough the line runs on the easternmost part of the York to Scarborough Line
===Hull and Bridlington Railway===<!--Hull and Bridlington Railway redirects here-->The Hull and Selby Railway
was the promoter of the Hull and Bridlington Railway; an act of Parliament was passed in 1845 giving permission to build the line.The line being described as the "Hull and Selby Railway Bridlington branch". Source:
section 3a, Hansard. In the same year the Hull and Selby Railway was leased to the York and North Midland Railway
becoming part of George Hudson
's expanding railway enterprise.
The Hull to Bridlington section opened on 6 October 1846, the Seamer to Filey section the day before on 5 October. The final link the Bridlington to Filey section opened on 20 October.
Originally the Hull terminus was at Manor House street station (Railway street) next to Humber dock
; from Hull trains travelled first west along the... Read More