London King's Cross Railway Station - Services - First Hull Trains

First Hull Trains

First Hull Trains operates inter-city services to Hull via the East Coast Main Line. Unlike the other train companies in FirstGroup, First Hull Trains operates under an open-access arrangement and is not a franchised train operating company.

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