Bridlington Rail Station serves the town of Bridlington in the East of Yorkshire. The railway station is located on the Yorkshire Coast Line and is operated by Northern Rail, who provide all passenger trains to locations including Sheffield, Hull and Scarborough.
Bridlington overlooks magnificent scenery where the countryside of Yorkshire meets the sea, placing it along England’s eastern coast. The town is within easy reach of the hugely popular tourist locations of Scarborough and Whitby, which lie further along the coast. It also provides easy access to the adjacent city of Hull, which will become the UK’s City of Culture in 2017.
Bridlington’s Bayle Museum is a popular attraction located on the historic harbour side of the Harbour Heritage Museum. The main exhibit is the sailing coble ‘Three Brothers’ built in 1912 which is moored in the harbour. The museum includes photographs, harbour history models, diorama of fishing techniques, video presentation and art gallery where paintings by local artists.
Flamborough Head is only twenty minutes away from Bridlington station, one of the most spectacular areas of chalk cliffs in Britain and standing 400 feet high. The cliff-top walk is a bird spotter’s paradise, and visitors to the headland include oyster catchers, gulls, eider ducks, and cormorants.
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