Oxford To Hull Train

Oxford:

Oxford is a brilliant place to meander, the oldest universities go back 750 years, and little has changed inside the holy walls from that time onwards. At the same time alongside the rich history, custom and vivacious scholarly life, there is a world past the college walls. Oxford has a long industrial past. The largest and grandest college of all in Oxford is the Christ Church College.

Transport:

There are three different bus companies working in Oxford. Regularly different buses complete for fares along the same course. That being said each of the three companies have begun to incorporate their services over the city by way of the smart zone.

Attractions in Oxford are:

1. Pitt Rivers Museum
2. Bodleian Library
3. Oxford University Museum of Natural History
4. University of Oxford Botanic Garden
5. Sheldonian Theatre

Hull:

To the tourists, the face of Hull has just about been changed to the point of being indistinguishable with the redevelopment of Ferensway, and the development of St Stephen's shopping plaza. This contains a shopping center with mainstream stores, a modern hotel, the recently opened Hull Truck Theater building, and a music learning center for youngsters. The tourists experience has been much enhanced with the redevelopment of Hull Paragon Interchange with another bus station and repaired railway station. New improvements arranged include another footbridge over the River Hull.

Transport:

The city is situated towards the end of the M62/A63 route from Manchester. Hourly Transpennine Express trains work to and from Manchester Piccadilly station halting at Huddersfield, Leeds, Selby and Brough. Regular, speedy connections from Manchester Airport are accessible by changing at Huddersfield or Manchester.

Attractions in Hull are:

1. Humber Bridge
2. The Deep
3. Streetlife Museum of Transport
4. Wilberforce House
5. Hull Maritime Museum
6. Holy Trinity Church
7. Fort Paull

Train services between Oxford & Hull:

Major rail providers between Oxford and Hull are Cross Country, Northern Rail, East Coast and First Great Western Trains. The distance between Oxford and Hull is 230 km, which takes 4 hours and 12 minutes to complete. Average price for Oxford to Hull train starts from 93.60 GBP.

Stops:
    
1. Oxford to Doncaster to Hull: It takes 4 hours and 12 minutes to complete the journey with a fare price of 104.00 GBP to 119.00 GBP.

2. Oxford to London Paddington to London Kings Cross to Doncaster to Hull: It takes 4 hours and 17 minutes to finish the journey with a fare price of 144.50 GBP.

3.Oxford to Birmingham New Street to Sheffield to Hull: It takes 4 hours and 32 minutes to finish the journey with a fare price of 93.60 GBP to 119.00 GBP.

4. Oxford to Didcot Parkway to London Paddington to London Kings Cross to Doncaster to Hull: It takes 4 hours and 33 minutes to finish the journey with a fare price of 119.00 GBP to 144.50 GBP.

5. Oxford to Reading to London Paddington to London Kings Cross to Doncaster to Hull: It takes 4 hours and 43 minutes to finish the journey with a fare price of 144.50 GBP.

Trains between Oxford and Hull begin operations every weekday just before 9:30 a.m. and terminate services just after 4:30 p.m. once in every hour. The busiest travel days are Sundays and Mondays with 19% and 16% travellers and other days have fewer travelers.

There are many types of fares available for purchase from all the rail providers. 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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