Birmingham To Hull Train

Birmingham:

Birmingham is a metropolitan city in the West Midlands, England. It is the most crowded British city outside London with a population of 1,092,330. Birmingham's art collection is as wide as it is amazing. From the world's biggest collection of artwork and an imaginative center packed with new artists. From origins of Cadbury’s chocolate, holy places, jewelers to the inspiration for J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle Earth, Birmingham's history has made some remarkable heritage attractions to explore and appreciate.

Transport:

Birmingham is a major transport hub on the motorway, rail and canal networks because it is located in central part. Birmingham New Street is the busiest railway station in the United Kingdom outside London. Centro, the Integrated Transport Authority for the West Midlands province, coordinates the local public transport in Birmingham. Bus routes are mostly operated by National Express West Midlands, which represents more than 80% of all bus journeys in Birmingham, however there are around 50 other smaller registered bus companies.

Attractions in Birmingham are:

1. National Exhibition Centre
2. Think-tank
3. Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery
4. National Sea Life Centre
5. Museum of the Jewellery Quarter
6. Cadbury World

Hull:

Kingston upon Hull mainly known as Hull is an oceanic city on the banks of the River Humber where the River Hull that parts the city in half, meets the Humber.

Hull is one of England’s bigger cities and isolated in its area but this is basically because the port was built near to the North Sea. Hull has a 7-mile waterfront and is one of England’s primary ports with traveler ferries and cargo ships arriving and leaving all the time. There is something here for everybody, history, shopping, culture and sports and a superb geographic area.

Transport:

Hull is near to the Humber Bridge, which gives road connections to destinations south of the Humber. Those willing to cross the Humber before the bridge was built had to either take a ferry for travelling. East Yorkshire Motor Services (EYMS), Stagecoach in Hull and CT Plus provides public transport within the city.

Attractions in Hull are:

1. Fort Paull
2. Hull New Theatre
3. Hull Truck Theatre
4. Arctic Corsair
5. Ferens Art Gallery
6. Spurn Lightship
7. Viking Way

Train services between Birmingham & Hull:

Major rail provider between Birmingham and Hull is Cross Country trains. The distance between Birmingham and Hull is 175 km, which takes 3 hours and 5 minutes to complete. Average price for Birmingham to Hull train starts from 23.45 GBP.

Stops:

1. Birmingham New Street to Sheffield to Hull: It takes 3 hours and 5 minutes to finish the journey with a fare price of 46.90 GBP to 78.20 GBP.

2. Birmingham New Street to Doncaster to Hull: It takes 3 hours and 25 minutes to finish the journey with a fare price of 150.00 GBP.

Trains between Birmingham and Hull begin operations every weekday just before 11:00 a.m. and terminate services just after 7:00 p.m. once in every hour. The busiest travel days are Sundays and Mondays with 20% and 21% travellers and other days have fewer travelers.

There are many types of fares available for purchase from the rail provider. Passengers can purchase Anytime, Season, Off Peak, or Advance tickets and save some cash. Food and beverages are also available at some additional cost.


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