Potential Industrial Action by Network Rail Staff
Thursday 04 to Friday 12 June 2015
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Hull is a proud seaport with a tough, weather beaten attitude to life. That is of course part of the charm of the place, but it's not all salty air and sea dogs telling their impressive tales from the waves. There's also the prosperous Victorian town centre and hub of really good museums and galleries to get your teeth into, all can be visited by getting the train to Hull.
Hull's uniquely coloured cream telephone boxes are a sight to be seen. Due to the fact Hull is the only city in the UK to have its own independent telephone system, the standard red coloured telephone boxes are not present in Hull and are instead replaced with cream boxes.
There are plenty of sights to see as you walk around this redeveloping city. Ranging from 'The Deep', which is a spectacular aquarium and one of the most visited travel destinations in the country to the beautiful Queens Gardens. With boat rides and football games to enjoy you will have plenty of options if you have time on your hands for a visit to Hull.
TransPennine Express provide trains to Hull, trains to Manchester and trains to other destinations throughout the North West. All our trains have the option of travelling First class and a trolley service is available on our core routes.Buy tickets