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Hull and Selby Railway

This line is open. At its western end the line connected with the Leeds and Selby Railway. The town of Hull was keen to have a railway connection to the town are port before the rival port of Goole. Initially there was to be a line between Leeds and Hull but this was built as two separate undertakings. The line was absorbed by the North Eastern Railway.

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Opened 1840
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From Hull to Selby.

Hull (Manor House Street, now part of the Central goods depot)
Hull New Yard
*Hessle
*Ferriby
*Melton
*Brough
*Broomfleet
Gilberdyke / Staddlethorpe
(Jnct for Goole)
Eastrington
(Crossed over by Hull and Barnsley)
North Howden
Wressle
(Jnct for Market Weighton, York)
(Jnct for York)
Selby


Page created on 05/04/2000
Page last edited on: 11/03/2012
Contact: Ewan Crawford