How to get to Hull (HUL) Train Station

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Hull station information & facilities

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Location for Rail Replacement Services: Pick Up / Drop Off in the bus interchange (adjacent to the railway station).
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Accessibility
Staff help available: Yes | Step free access coverage: Yes | Step free access note: Step free access is provided from the station entrance to all platforms. This station is staffed for all services. This station is Category A. Station staff can provide assistance throughout the station, and with boarding and alighting the train. Customers requiring assistance should make themselves known to station staff no less than 20 minutes prior to the departure time of their train. Assistance can be requested in advance by contacting the TransPennine Express Assisted Travel Team on 0800 107 2149. Please be aware that this station has no tactile paving on the platform edge. | Accessible car park equipment: Wheelchair users may require assistance using car park equipment at this station | Accessible ticket machines: There are accessible ticket machines at this station | Accessible toilets: Yes | Ramp for train access: Yes | Wheelchairs available: Yes | Impaired mobility set down / pick up points available: Yes
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Travel Hull train station Hull​ from Kingston upon Hull city centre

Hull is a port city in the northeast of England, with a long and illustrious history of traders and seafaring, which traces back to at least the 13th-century. Hull's full name is Kingston-upon-Hull, as Hull was originally only the name of the river which runs through the city. However, the city is now only known as Hull to Britons. In 2017, Hull was named the city of culture by the United Kingdom. The main train station Hull is Hull Paragon Interchange​. The train station was first opened in 1847, but the modern station that passengers use today was open in 2007. The new station was part of an urban design project and is connected to a bus station, mall, hotels, apartments ,and concert venue. 

What is the best way to get to train station Hull​ from the city centre?

The best way to reach Hull Paragon Interchange​​ train station from the city centre is via bus. Regional buses 75, 76, 77, 79, 277, 14, 16, and 3 all depart from stops within the city centre and stop at a bus stop in the vicinity of Hull Paragon Interchange. The bus stop is approximately a four-minute walk away from the station.  Alternatively, passengers can drive from the city centre to train station Hull. Both long and short-term parking options are available at the station, with hourly, daily and monthly parking payment options available. 

How far is it from the city centre to train station Hull​? 

Hull city centre is 2.2 miles (3.5 kilometers) away from train station Hull. To walk to Hull Paragon Interchange station from the city centre typically takes 45 minutes, which is a prohibitively long route for passengers with large luggage. Alternatively, local buses 75, 76, 77, 79, 277, 14, 16, and 3​ all depart from the city centre to the train station. The bus journey takes approximately 25 minutes, with 21 minutes accounting for the journey onboard the bus and a four-minute walk from the bus stop into Hull Paragon Interchange station.  The fastest way to reach Hull Paragon Interchange station is by car or taxi, which takes 18 minutes. Passengers can park at the station or disembark from their taxi just outside the train station entrance. 

How accessible is train station Hull​ for those with limited mobility?

Travelers with limited mobility or access requirements will be pleased to know that Hull Paragon Interchange station is entirely accessible. Passengers in wheelchairs can purchase tickets or solicit information at the accessible booking counter in the customer care center. Ticket machines accessible to wheelchair users are available throughout the station. Step-free access is available throughout the station, with elevators fitted next to all escalators and ramps fitted to allow ease of access to trains. The train station can provide wheelchairs for passengers who need them on the day. For those who require further assistance, staff help is available in the customer care center. In regards to accessibility, the only failing of train station Hull is that they do not have accessible taxis on hand at the station. Travelers with limited mobility who require an accessible taxi must book in advance. 

Local tips: train station Hull​ points of interest

There are a plethora of wonderful activities in Hull which people of all ages will enjoy. Hull promises the world's first 'submarinium', an aquarium in which visitors walk in a tunnel under the water, which sharks, fish, manta rays, and other spectacular sea creatures swim in.  Unlike other cities in the United Kingdom, absolutely all of the museums in Hull are free. Streetlife Museum is particularly popular with visitors. Not only is Streetlife Museum a transport museum which showcases over 200 years of innovation in the field of transport, with trains, trams, bicycles, and planes on display, but the way it displays its forms of transportation is unique. Streetlife Museum recreates Victorian streets and places the particular forms of transport in the relevant contexts in this recreation of historic Hull.  Travelers with a taste for fine-art can pay a visit to the Ferens Art Gallery. Among art aficionados, this is considered one of the finest collections in the northeast of England. Visitors will find spectacular paintings by Old Masters, with a particularly strong range of Dutch and Flemish artists of the 16th and 17th centuries. Highlights include a spectacular painting of Venice's Grand Canal by Canaletto.  Many travelers to Hull like to pay a visit to the Humber Bridge. When the Humber Bridge first opened to traffic in 1981 it was the longest bridge in the world. Although it no longer holds that honor, the Humber Bridge is still an impressive feat of construction. 

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