PARAGON SEATING PLAN
Now you can pick your perfect seat on Hull Trains services when you book direct on our website. Our Seat Picker tool lets you select the seat you want and you can see what other facilities are available on board. Simply select your seating preferences and view and amend your reservation by clicking "View Seat Picker".
|Hull Trains Paragon Fleet||First Class||Standard Class|
|Number of seats||43||284|
|Width of seats||49cm||46cm|
|Seat pitch / legroom||101cm||81cm|
Paragon Seating Plan
Locate everything on board, from toilet facilities to First Class and bicycle racks, with our handy Paragon carriage guide.
Click the link below to download a PDF copy of our seating plan. A standard Hull Trains service will have 5 carriages. 10 carriages will operate on some of our busier services.
Pick Your Perfect Seat
Choose your own seat when you book a Hull Trains journey direct on the Hull Trains website. Whether you prefer to travel facing forwards or backwards, at a table or an airline seat, by the window or the aisle, the choice is yours with our new seat picker tool.
View the seat you've been allocated on our carriage layout and change it to what you prefer. With a full view of each carriage, you'll see which seats are near to luggage racks and toilet facilities. You'll also see which seats have already been reserved.
When making your booking on the Hull Trains website, select your seating preferences and view and amend your reservations by clicking "View Seat Picker". Available on Hull Trains services only.
Paragon Seating FAQs
How do I reserve a seat?
You can now use our Seat Picker tool to choose your own seat on Hull Trains services when you book direct with us. Select your seating preferences when making your booking and click "View Seat Picker" to open the interactive map of the train by carriage.
How do I book an accessible seat?
Am I entitled to a seat?
You will only be entitled to a seat on your train if you have made a seat reservation in advance. Advance tickets include reserved seats by default. If you have not made a seat reservation we are unable to guarantee that there will be a seat available on your journey, or during exceptionally busy periods, that you will be able to travel on the train of your choice. You are not entitled to receive compensation if you have to stand or are unable to join the train in these circumstances.
What if I don’t have a seat reservation?
During busy periods, including weekends and engineering works, a seat reservation is strongly recommended and may be compulsory. If you do not have a seat reservation, we may not always be able to provide you with a seat. At particularly busy periods you may not be able to travel on the service of your choice if you do not have a seat reservation.