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When did the railway come to Grimsby?

When did the railway come to Grimsby?

29 February 1848
History. Grimsby Town station was opened on 29 February 1848 when the Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire Railway opened its line from New Holland to Grimsby, and thence by the East Lincolnshire Railway to Louth.

When did Mablethorpe station close?

5 October 1970
Mablethorpe railway station

Post-grouping LNER
Key dates
17 October 1877 opened
5 October 1970 closed

How long is the Lincolnshire Wolds Railway?

1.5 miles

Lincolnshire Wolds Railway
Length 1.5 miles (2.4 km)
Preserved gauge 4 ft 81⁄2 in (1,435 mm) standard gauge
Commercial history
Opened 1848

Has mablethorpe got a railway station?

Mablethorpe has no train station of its own. The nearest station for rail travel to Mablethorpe, using a bus connection, is Skegness about 17 miles away.

Where was Sutton on Sea railway station?

East Lindsey England
Sutton-on-Sea railway station

Location Sutton-on-Sea, East Lindsey England
Coordinates 53.3056°N 0.2801°ECoordinates:53.3056°N 0.2801°E
Platforms 2
Other information

Does Louth have a train station?

The closure of the station has left Louth which has over 16,000 residents the largest town in Lincolnshire without a railway station. …

Where in Lincolnshire is Horncastle?

Horncastle is a town and civil parish in Lincolnshire, 17 miles (27 km) east of Lincoln.

How long is Mablethorpe beach?

Wonderful soft golden sand stretches for miles in both directions on our beautiful, Blue Flag Award winning beach. Stay around the town centre for the fairground, cafes, fish and chips, crazy golf, donkey rides and everything you’d expect in a traditional seaside holiday resort.

Is Sutton on Sea a nice place to live?

Sutton on Sea is the ideal destination for families and couples looking to explore the East Coast and Lincolnshire Wolds away from the bright lights and attractions of the nearby resorts. The village has a good range of independent shops and is a popular place to retire to after a busy life.

How did Louth get its name?

The county takes its name from Louth village, once the cathedral city of the Bishop of Clogher. The name therefore derives, like the village, from the chief Celtic deity Lugh (anciently Lugos), as do many cities and regions on the continent (e.g. Lyon, Lugano, Leiden).