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If you’re heading to Lincoln, Grimsby, Skegness or Boston, you can browse and secure cheap train tickets to Lincolnshire with TransPennine Express. Book online or via our TPExpress app to save time and money at the station.
The main city in Lincolnshire, Lincoln, and the major towns are connected by the rail network. Onward travel across the county is available using the local bus network, and taxis are located outside all the major train stations for shorter trips. You can also get the train from Lincoln to London in under 2 hours.
Lincolnshire is one of the largest counties in England, stretching for almost 100 miles from the Humber Bridge in the north to Stamford in the south. It borders Yorkshire to the north, Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire to the west, and the likes of Norfolk, Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire to the south. It also has a breath-taking 50-mile North Sea coastline. The county is home to long golden beaches, beautiful countryside at the Lincolnshire Wolds and plenty of history. Lincoln is a city with a rich Roman heritage, whilst coastal resorts like Skegness and Cleethorpes promise the best of the beach.
Lincoln is a bustling and picturesque city filled with history and culture. It’s home to Lincoln Cathedral, and the Lincoln Castle even houses a copy of the Magna Carta. The compact city is easy to walk on foot. With plenty of independent retailers and many family attractions, it’s the perfect place for a weekend break.
Located in the northeast of the county and adjoining the town of Cleethorpes, Grimsby is a seaside town with a history in the fishing industry. Cleethorpes beach is close by, and Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre is an award-winning attraction. Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway is ideal for a family-friendly day out.
Grantham is a market town on the border of Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire. It is famous as the birthplace of both Sir Isaac Newton and Margaret Thatcher, with plenty of historic attractions to enjoy. Grantham is also well known for its unique gingerbread, which can be sampled at the town’s independent cafes.
Skegness is a large town on the coast in Southeast Lincolnshire. It has a long tradition as a seaside resort and is still a popular option today. Skegness beach is one of the best family-friendly beaches in the region. The town has a Roman history, with Roman pottery occasionally found along the shore.
Boston is a market town and inland port in Lincolnshire. It is packed with historic buildings, including Boston Guildhall and St. Botolph’s Church. Great beaches like Brancaster beach and Old Hunstanton beach are close by, as is the stunning Lincolnshire countryside.
There are 23 train stations in Lincolnshire. Lincoln train station is the busiest in the region, with around 1.9 million passengers passing through it each year. In the north of the county, both Grimsby Town station and Scunthorpe station are popular. In the south, the main stations are Grantham, Stamford, Boston, Spalding and Skegness.
Lincolnshire train stations located on the coast include Grimsby Town station, Skegness station and Boston station.
You can get cheap train tickets to Lincolnshire if you can be flexible with your trains and travel during off-peak times. And if you buy an advance ticket, you can save over 50%. If you regularly travel to and from one of the stations in Lincolnshire, a season ticket is your best option to cut costs, whilst a Railcard will save you 1/3 on train travel.
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