TRAINS DIRECT TO BROUGH
Located in the East Riding of Yorkshire, Brough is a small town on the northern bank of the Humber Estuary and sits on the edge of the Yorkshire Wolds. It is about 12 miles west of Hull city centre.
Brough offers something for all the family to do, from a game of golf at Brough Golf Club to William's Den, a fantastic indoor and outdoor adventure attraction. Brough also has easy rail access to other locations such as Hull, London, Leeds and Scarborough, and local buses connect Brough to nearby villages and towns in the East Riding.
The town is full of history dating back to the Roman times. It was the northern Humber ferry terminal for the major Roman road running from London to York, with many of the road names reflecting these Roman origins. This road passed through the town along where Main Street is today. Brough also has an association to the notorious highwayman, Dick Turpin. He boarded at The Ferry Inn before being captured and arrested in 1737. You can even visit this pub today!