Hull Trains is your local link to London with regular, direct services between Beverley/Hull and London King’s Cross, but did you know you can reach even more destinations with us? We’ve teamed up with other rail operators to connect you to over 180 additional stations, from seaside towns to historic cities, outside of the Hull Trains route through connection tickets. 

Hull Trains connection tickets are for journeys that include Hull Trains for part of the way plus another operator. This could mean travelling with Hull Trains between Hull and London and connecting with another service to reach a destination further than London. It’s ideal for summer trips away as a money-saving way to travel by rail.

Need some travel inspiration? Here are some destinations you can get to with a Hull Trains connection ticket.

The Yorkshire Seaside

Travel partly with Hull Trains and Northern Rail and reach the seaside destination of Bridlington. If you’re after sandy beaches, promenades and award winning beaches, why not head to the East Coast of England? With our connection tickets you can travel in both directions, whether you’re starting your trip on the Hull Trains route or connecting with us later on.
 Lighthouse in Bridlington

Explore the Southwest Coast

After arriving to London with Hull Trains, simply connect onto a South Western Railway service to onward destinations in the south west like Bournemouth, Southampton, Portsmouth and Poole. The South Coast is home to some of the UKs most famous beach destinations and is well known for classic seaside resorts making it a great option for a summer trip away.
Beach huts in Bournemouth

Discover Essex

Try a Hull Trains & Greater Anglia connection ticket and visit destinations such as Southend-on-Sea and Clacton-on-Sea for the brilliant coastline Essex has to offer. The Essex coastline is one of the longest in the UK, so you’ll find plenty of fun for all the family. From traditional piers to picturesque walking trails along cliff tops, it’s another contender for a summer adventure.
 A beach in Southend on Sea during sunset

See Historic Cities 

The UK has so much great history on offer and it’s easy to explore with Hull Trains. Take a trip to Oxford, Bath or Windsor with a Hull Trains and Great Western Railway connection ticket. Discover the iconic buildings and architecture – it’s no wonder Oxford was used to film parts of Harry Potter! Oxford is also home to one of the most well-known and renowned universities in the world, Oxford University.
 A historic building in Oxford

Reach the Southeast   

Hull Trains & Southeastern connection tickets will get you to fantastic locations in the southeast of England – the medieval city of Canterbury  and the seaside town of Margate are both popular tourist destinations.
 Whitstable Bay from afar

Airports and Ferry Terminals

Travelling even further afield? With a connection train ticket, you can get to various UK airports and terminals using Hull Trains for part of your journey. For Gatwick and Luton Airport, try a Hull Trains & Thameslink ticket, or for Heathrow take the Piccadilly line with your Underground connections ticket. For those travelling towards ferry terminals, try a Hull Trains & SWR ticket to Southampton Central, Portsmouth Harbour and Pool. Alternatively, travel north with Hull Trains for ferries departing from Hull.
 Airplane wing with the sun in the distance
Visit our Travel Connections page for more information and how to book a connection ticket. 

You can book any UK journey direct on the Hull Trains website or app with no booking fees!




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