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How to get to Boston by Train

Trains to Boston are available from a number of popular UK stations. If travelling from London, you will be required to use a combination of providers both East Coast and East Midland rail lines. Journeys from the North of England including Manchester, Liverpool and Crewe will be provided by North West Rail and East Midland, often with a change over occurring at Birmingham New Street. Boston is a small but well equipped town with a centrally located train station that operates an extensive East England service. Transport around the city is provided by bus services and taxi, both of which a reliable and frequent.


Boston is a picturesque port town in the county of Lincolnshire. Positioned on the East Coast of England the town is home to the largest church parish in the UK and as such has some breathtaking religious architecture. The Boston Stump at St Botolph's Church is one of the tallest towers in the UK and offers spectacular views of the town. It's also an area in which sport is hugely popular and the locals are encouraged to support and participate as often as possible. With competitive rowing, speedway, football and rugby clubs, the town is alive with sports and popular amongst visiting fans. There are also weekend markets held in the city, providing great local products as well as arts and crafts for visitors to take home and enjoy.


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