Hull Trains is Britain’s best loved and award winning train operator running 92 direct services from Hull and the Humber region direct to the capital. It is one of the largest and most innovative, enterprising and dynamic long distance train operating companies in the UK which carries over 750,000 passengers every year.
Hull Trains operates direct long distance train services to/from Hull and London Kings Cross, the latter being Central London railway station. King’s Cross is one of busiest stations of UK. The Guardian newspaper headquarters are already here, and the Eurostar now connects London with mainland Europe. Kings Cross in near to many tourist attractions such as British Library, London Canal Museum, Camley Street Natural Park, St. Pancras old church and much more.
Hull Trains are proud to be of the fact that it has stood at the top of the charts in terms of customer’s satisfaction. Hull Trains gives utmost importance to customer satisfaction. Hull Trains offers a comfortable and relaxing journey where one could stay connected with FREE 4G enabled Wi-Fi. Apart from getting brilliant services, you could get yourself to the delicious feasts offered by the bars/café. While travelling, the passengers are entitled to a complimentary on-board magazine, some lucrative deals like 2 for 1 offers on London attractions. Hull Trains operates a strict no smoking policy on all its services, hence smoking is not allowed anywhere on board in Hull trains.
Hull Trains Timetable
Hull Trains operates up to six daily return services on weekdays between Hull and London King’s Cross and daily service between Beverley and Kings Cross. On weekends there are only five daily services from Hull to Kings Cross. The first train from Hull to London Kings Cross departs at 05.20. The last train from Hull to London Kings Cross departs at 20.57. Hull trains route from Hull to London Kings Cross calls at nine stations: Hull, Brough, Howden, Selby, Doncaster, Retford, Grantham, Stevenage and London Kings Cross Station. No sleeper services are available. The approx. journey time between London Kings Cross to Hull is 2 hours and 43 minutes. There are around 30 trains per day travelling from London Kings Cross to Hull. There may also be fewer services on weekends and public holidays due to which journey time may be longer on weekends.
Hull trains also provide links to Humberside airport, over the Humber bridge and Hull’s major ferry port, providing further connections to Belgium, Rotterdam and Amsterdam.
Hull Trains - Economical Way to Travel
Hull Trains not only provides a comfortable journey to travel between London Kings Cross and the Hull, the cost of journey is quite economical. Hull Trains offer a range of tickets in accordance to one’s journey needs and budget. Hull Train Tickets one way from Hull to London Kings Cross costs approx. £ 61 and return costs approx. £125.
Hull Train Tickets can be purchased online at the company’s website (www.hulltrains.co.uk). Hull Trains cheap tickets can be purchased if booked in advance. One could save 60% on their train travel if the tickets are booked in advance before 18:00 hours at least one day prior to travel. All National Railcards are accepted on the Hull Trains. Using a Railcard can also save travellers as much as 33% of the Hull Trains Ticket value. Oyster cards which are used for travelling purposes for the London Underground can be used for paying the fare on Hull trains.
|Provider||Journey||Fare||Departure On||Departure At|
|Hull to London||£115.00||15 November 2018||06:26|
|London to Hull||£88.50||15 November 2018||07:26|
|London to Nottingham||£74.50||15 November 2018||07:26|
|Hull to Leeds||£23.30||15 November 2018||06:26|