Hull To Glasgow Train

Hull:

Hull city is built upon the glacial deposits and alluvial rocks which overlie chalk rocks but the underlying rocks have no influence on the topography. The city inculcates very flat land even closure to sea level to serve as the best-in-class tourists destinations of the country.

Main attractions of Hull region are:

1. The Hull People's Memorial
2. Patrington Haven Leisure Park
3. Grosvenor Casino Hull
4. House of Townend - The Cellar Door
5. Paul Schofield Guided Walks
6. Rockcity
7. THE RAILWAY HOTEL
8. Old Grey Mare
9. St. Stephen's Shopping Centre

Glasgow:

Glasgow city is bounded by the High Street to the east, the River Clyde to the south and the M8 motorway to the north and west, which find its traces from the pre-historic times of Townhead, Charing, Cross, Cowcaddens and Anderston areas. City offers diversity of cultures, people and monuments to attract thousands of tourists every year.

Main attractions of Glasgow area are:

1. Govan Old Parish Church
2. Ibrox Stadium
3. St. Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art
4. Provand's Lordship
5. Bewitching Beauty Limited
6. Tasting Scotland
7. The State Bar
8. The Drum and Monkey
9. Buchanan Galleries

Rail Transportation from Hull to Glasgow:

Train services run between Hull Station to Glasgow Central. The total journey time required to travel is 4 hours and 59 minutes for covering a distance of 344 kilometers.

Northern Rail, East Coast, Cross Country, First TransPennine Express and ScotRail are the service providers between Hull and Glasgow. Train services on this route may include 1 to 2 stops in between the destinations, depending upon the route options one chooses. Departure of trains from Hull starts at around 09:03 a.m. in the morning and lasts up to 02:08 p.m. in the evening.  There is a variation in train tickets throughout the day from £103.70 (Minimum Price) to £109.50 (Maximum Price) with £105.44 (Average Price).

There are five route options available for train transportation here. The busiest day on this journey is Sunday and least busy day is Friday. First train connection for this route is via Leeds and Lancaster. The only train for this connection departs at 01:39 p.m. from Hull. Second connection route is via Leeds and Carlisle. Earliest departure for this connection is 09:39 a.m. and last up to 12:39 p.m. Third connection is via Doncaster and Edinburgh Waverley, only train for this route departs at 09:03 a.m.  Using this route once can reach Glasgow by 02:51 p.m. Fourth route is via York and Edinburgh Waverley, with earliest departure of trains from 10:03 a.m. and lasts up to 01:04 p.m. Last train connection is via York only, with only train departs from Hull at 02:08 p.m. and train ticket charges for this route is £103.70 only.






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