Hunmanby Railway Station

Facts and Figures

Hunmanby railway station serves the village of Hunmanby in North Yorkshire, England. It is located on the Yorkshire Coast Line and is operated by Northern Rail who provide all passenger train services. The station opened for traffic on 20 October 1847 and is the point at which the single track section from Bridlington ends, the line being double north of here towards Filey. The station is unstaffed and passengers must purchase their ticket on the train. The station buildings remain and are now privately occupied - the main waiting room and the separate ladies' waiting room having been converted to holiday accommodation. Local initiatives, such as door-to-door delivery of timetables in Hunmanby and surrounding villages, lead to a significant increase in patronage of this station between 2006 and 2008 and the increased number of passenger using this station has continued in subsequent years.

Station Facts

Annual Usage Figures

Year Entry/Exit Interchange
2015 7141 0
2014 6835 0
2013 7137 0
2012 6438 0
2011 5881 0
2010 5000 0
2009 3422 0
2008 3104 0
2007 3326 0

Location Data

  • District Council Ward: Hertford
  • County Council Electoral Division: Hertford and Cayton
  • Civil Parish/community: Hunmanby
  • County Council: North Yorkshire County Council
  • District Council: Scarborough Borough Council
  • UK Parliament Constituency: Thirsk and Malton
  • European Region: Yorkshire and the Humber

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Recent Crime Figures

Month Total Crime Antisocial BehaviourTheft from PersonBicycle TheftShopliftingRobberyBurglaryOther TheftVehicle CrimeDrugsWeaponsPublic OrderCriminal Damage & ArsonViolent CrimeOther Crime
January 2016 0 00000000000000
December 2015 0 00000000000000
November 2015 1 00000000000010

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