TRAINS TO THE CHARMING MARKET TOWN HOWDEN
You'll find the small market and minster town of Howden in the East Riding of Yorkshire, lying in the Vale of York. Howden is also situated close to Goole. Howden train station is a small station with easy rail access to large transport hubs such as London King's Cross, York, Hull and Manchester.
Steeped in history, William the Conqueror gave the town to the Bishops of Durham in 1080. Howden has beautiful Georgian architecture, historic coaching inns, and narrow cobbled streets, and is home to the impressive Howden Minster which dates back to the 14th century. Explore the charming Georgian town centre where you'll find Howden Market taking place on Fridays outside the Shire Hall. Why not take a peaceful stroll with nature at Howden Marsh wildlife-spotting?