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Getting Around

North Lincolnshire is surprisingly easy to get to. Less than an hour’s drive from the cities of Leeds, Sheffield, Lincoln, York and only 45 minutes from the P & O terminal in Hull.

By Road  

The M180 runs into the heart of the area, giving direct access to the national motorway network. It is an easy drive to North Lincolnshire from Hull (30mins) Lincoln (30mins) Leeds (1hr) Doncaster (20mins) York (1hr) and Sheffield (45mins)

By Bus

Local and express services run throughout the area. For details, see www.stagecoachbus.com or call Traveline on 08712 002233 www.traveline.info

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By Rail

You can easily travel into North Lincolnshire by rail. Stations at Brigg, (Saturday service only) Barton upon Humber and Scunthorpe provide regular rail travel in-bound and out-bound.

 Click here to view the Northern Rail map to help plan your route  

The Barton Cleethorpes Community Rail Partnership is a group of volunteers who look after and promote the Barton to Cleethorpes railway line. ​The BCCRP aims to create a vibrant and busy train service that encourages local people to take the train within the local area. To help achieve this they hold events and activities to promote community involvement such as growing projects to make stations more welcoming and marketing events to promote local tourism, safety on the trains and keep passengers up to date with the service. Find out more and local fares here – bccrp

By Sea

North Lincolnshire is a great location to stay over when heading out from Hull to Rotterdam and Zeebrugge. Why not extend your trip and visit one of our many exciting attractions such as Normanby Hall Country Park or even take a refreshment break at Waters’ Edge Country Park and Visitor Centre in Barton (only a short drive from the port)

 

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