New Paragon Trains from Hull Trains

Hull Trains celebrated its 21st year of operation in 2021 and marked the occasion by added a new vinyl overlay to their trains.

This is the link to the webpage marking 21 years of Hull trains 


Trains Hull Trains 21st Anniversary 1 Trains Hull Trains 21st Anniversary 2

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Trains Hull Trains 21st Anniversary 4  


Above photographs thanks to David


Hull Trains launched their new trains at Hull station in November 2019, named 'The Paragon Fleet' after the Principle Station in the North they serve. Hull Trains are an Open Access Operator and so receive no payment from the Government. The new fleet proved very popular with passengers in Hull and the East Riding. Hull trains had improved the service level and increased the number of trains extending more on to Cottingham and Beverley. Hull trains have helped put Hull on the map as a great destination city in the North.

A couple of months after their launch, sadly the world was in the grip of a pandemic. Hull trains are now re-building the business.

Please check the Hull Trains website for full details.


One of the Brand New 'Paragon Trains' at Hull Paragon Station  Trains, Hull Trains Launch of New Paragon Fleet at Hull Paragon, November 2019 No 2


Photos thanks to David


Further details of the new Paragon Trains at the Hull trains Website


This link is to the Hull trains Website and offers a virtual tour of the new Paragon Train



Currently (21.10.2021) Hull Trains Fares start at £31 for an Advance Single from Bridlington to London Kings Cross

Hull Trains offer a Duo ticket for 2 adults travelling together  full details from the Hull Trains Duo Ticket webpage

however there is also a family ticket available full details from the Hull Trains Family Ticket webpage


Friends of Hunmanby Railway Station have suggested to Hull Trains and Northern Railways to look at exploring extending the new Advance ticket to and from Filey, Hunmanby and Bempton when circumstances permit.

While the route via Hull may be slower, for many leisure passengers, good, easy connections are more important than speed. Hull station being a very easy station to navigate between trains if you are elderly, disabled, or travelling with a family and luggage. The other advantage is the Hull Trains start and finish their journey at Hull (or Beverley) so this gives more time to find your seat and store your luggage. This is much less stressful than joining a train part way through its journey, where dwell time in a station may be a couple of minutes or less.


Updated 21.11.2021