Goxhill Station along the Barton Line, Yorkshire
Barton Line
Cleethorpes - Barton on Humber
3:00
Hours from
LONDON
2:30
Hours from
Manchester

Plan your trip

Take the train from Manchester Piccadilly to Cleethorpes. Trains are regular and take approximately 2 hours 30 minutes. Look up times.

Along the line there are various great places to visit. Barton is a historic town, close to the Humber Bridge, with a variety of Georgian and Victorian buildings and two notable churches - St Mary’s, which dates from the twelfth century and St Peter’s. The town offers a choice of accommodation, restaurants, pubs and shops.

There are many scenic walks along the Humber estuary with a National nature reserve at Far Ings and the recently opened Waters Edge Country park and nature reserve. From Barrow Haven and New Holland there are riverside walks and extensive views of the Humber Bridge.  From Goxhill you can take a country walk to Thornton Abbey and its station.

The imposing medieval gatehouse of Thornton Abbey stands east of the station and inside the grounds are the Augustinian ruins, a pleasant backdrop for a picnic.

From Barrow Haven and New Holland there are riverside walks and extensive views of the Humber Bridge.  From Goxhill you can take a country walk to Thornton Abbey and its station.

The imposing medieval gatehouse of Thornton Abbey stands east of the station and inside the grounds are the Augustinian ruins, a pleasant backdrop for a picnic.

Cleethorpes location at the mouth of the Humber Estuary makes it a haven for seabirds and is also a good place to watch the ships and ferries making their way in and out of the Humber.

More lines to explore nearby



Nearby heritage railways

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