Goxhill Railway Station

Facts and Figures

Goxhill railway station serves the village of Goxhill in North Lincolnshire, England. It was built by the Great Grimsby and Sheffield Junction Railway in 1848. The station is on the Barton Line 17 miles (27 km) north west of Cleethorpes and all trains serving it are operated by Northern Rail.

It is the last station, when travelling from Cleethorpes towards Barton, to still have two platforms and the original station buildings. The buildings are no longer in railway use (the station has been unstaffed since 1969) and are in private ownership. The station signal box controls a nearby level crossing that still (as of summer 2013) has manually-wound wooden gates rather than modern lifting barriers.

Between 1911 & 1963, it was also the junction for the Barton & Immingham Light Railway line to Immingham Dock via Killingholme. This route was single line throughout and left the present route just south of the station.

Source: Wikipedia

Station Facts

Annual Usage Figures

Year Entry/Exit Interchange
2018 5504 0
2017 8268 0
2016 5175 0
2015 6836 0
2014 7121 0
2013 7767 0
2012 7959 0
2011 7536 0
2010 8469 0
2009 9390 0
2008 9187 0
2007 6813 0

Location Data

  • UK Parliament Constituency: Cleethorpes
  • Unitary Authority Ward (UTW): Ferry
  • Civil Parish/community: Goxhill
  • Unitary Authority: North Lincolnshire Council
  • European Region: Yorkshire and the Humber

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