Locally on the Yorkshire Wolds Coast Line, Bridlington Railway Station is a real gem. The station building is listed and with its glass canopy acts as an Edwardian Conservatory, protecting plants from the frost in winter and the heat to continue to develop early and last longer than in gardens on the East Coast. The flowers were pioneered by the late John Sadler of the Station Buffet. The station staff at Bridlington Railway Station now maintain the amazing year round flower display.
Why not use the train to visit Bridlington?
The most scenic section of the Yorkshire Wolds Coast Railway Line is between Filey and Bridlington.
There are amazing views of the big skies of the Yorkshire Wolds as the train climbs towards Speeton, summit of the railway line.
There are the great views towards Flamborough and Sowerby as the train descends to Bridlington
Watch out for the hares, barn owls, and deer from the train window
From the big picture windows of the Modern 3 coach Turbo Star Trains, you get a far better view of the East Riding, than from the A165 Coast Road.
Sample Off Peak-Day Return Prices Travel after 9am or Anytime Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays and return on any train the same day
Northern also offer book advance single (one way) these are on a specified train
Fares correct as at 5th March 2023
Bempton to Bridlington just £4.30 or £6.50 for 2 people return with a Northern Duo Ticket (Single one way, advance fares from £1.80)
Hunmanby to Bridlington just £6.30 or £9.60 for 2 people return with a Northern Duo Ticket (Single one way advance fares from £2.40)
Filey to Bridlington just £6.50 or £9.90 for 2 people return with a Northern Duo Ticket (Single one way advance fares from £2.50)
Scarborough to Bridlington just £8.20 or £12.40 for 2 people return with a Northern Duo Ticket (Single one way advance fares from £3.20)
The railway station is the gateway to Bridlington. This is now complimented by the works on creating a public square outside the station. The Bridlington Station Plaza Scheme, Making the most of the Grade II listed building. Further details about the scheme from Bridlington Regeneration. Definitely the best way to arrive in Bridlington is by train.