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Stevenage Railway Station - Services - First Hull Trains Services
... First Hull Trains Route Hull Paragon Brough Howden Selby Doncaster Retford Grantham Stevenage ^ London Kings Cross ^ Pick up northbound,set down southbound First Hull Trains offer a limited service of 2 trains ... These services run between King's Cross and Hull ... Timetables for First Hull Trains services can be found here ...
British Rail Class 180 - Operations - Current Operators - First Hull Trains
... First Hull Trains acquired two Class 180 units to replace a damaged Class 222 Pioneer, which operated with the remaining Class 222s between London King's ... In 2008, the Department for Transport decided that First Hull Trains Class 222s should be cascaded to EMT and replaced with Class 180s by the end of 2008.The acquired units have undergone an internal ... First Hull Trains currently, as of 25 June 2012, lease one Grand Central class 180 number 180101 to provide extra cover for breakdowns ...
Doncaster Railway Station - Services
... Seven train operators (or TOCs) call at Doncaster, which is equal in number only to Crewe in the UK ... Train operators include the following East Coast East Coast offers regular direct trains services to London, which can be reached in 85-100 min, depending on the service ... East Midlands Trains East Midlands Trains offer a limited direct service to London St ...
First Hull Trains
... First Hull Trains (formerly Hull Trains) is an Open Access Operator in the United Kingdom owned by FirstGroup and two former British Rail managers ... It operates seven long-distance services per day between Hull and London King's Cross, also serving Brough, Howden, Selby, Doncaster, Retford, Grantham and ...
Renaissance Trains - Current Operations - Hull Trains
... First Hull Trains - operates trains between Hull and London King's Cross ... Hull Trains was formed in 2000 with GB Railways having an 80% shareholding and Mike Jones John Nelson 10% each ...

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