Hunmanby Railway Station

Hunmanby railway station serves the village of Hunmanby in North Yorkshire, England.

It is located on the Yorkshire Coast Line and is operated by Northern Rail who provide all passenger train services.

The station opened for traffic on 20 October 1847 and is the point at which the single track section from Bridlington ends, the line being double north of here towards Filey. Stations on the line are:

To the north, Filey , Seamer and Scarborough Railway Station with connections to Malton and York at Seamer or Scarborough.

To the south, Bridlington, Driffield, Beverley, Cottingham and Kingston upon Hull.

There was a further station near to Hunmanby at the Butlins Holiday Camp but it closed in the 1970’s as did the Butlins Camp.

Local initiatives, such as door-to-door delivery of timetables in Hunmanby and surrounding villages, have seen a significant increase in patronage of this station in recent times – passenger usage has more than trebled in the last three years with a 42% rise seen in the most recently released set of usage figures.

Hunmanby railwaay station’s buildings are now privately occupied and the Main Waiting Room and the separate Ladies’ Waiting Room have been converted to holiday accommodation.