Bridlington Transportation

  • Train at Bridlington (from Google Images)
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    Land train

    by Britannia2 Written May 28, 2015

    Bridlington has two land trains - one train runs on the North Promenade between Leisure World and Sewerby Hall and Gardens linking Bridlington town centre with the summer car parks. The other land train runs on the South Promenade linking Bridlington town centre to the park and ride and South Cliff Caravan Park.
    Fares start at £1.50 (2015) and they run from Easter to the end of September between 10.30am until at least 4.00pm. During the summer holidays they run until 5pm.

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    North Country Rover

    by Britannia2 Updated Apr 25, 2015

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    This is an excellent value ticket that allows unlimited travel across the north of England for any 4 days in an 8 day period.
    Bounded by Preston - Oxenholme - Carlisle - Morcambe - Windermere - Whitehaven - Blackburn - Hebden Bridge - Bradford - Leeds - Selby - Hull - Burnley - Colne - Harrogate - York - Ilkley - Skipton - Scarborough - Darlington - Newcastle - Middlesbrough - Whitby (includes BRIDLINGTON). Not vaild on Hull Trains or Grand Central trains.
    Cost (2015) - adult £90, with a railcard £59.40 and child £45.

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    East Yorkshire Round Robin

    by Britannia2 Updated Apr 25, 2015

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    If you want to explore from Bridlington this ticket offers good value. After 08.45 unlimited travel on a round journey -Bridlington - Scarborough - York - Selby - Hull - Bridlington ( or reverse).
    1 day £23.50, railcard £15.50, child £11.75.
    Ask at Bridlington station or see website.(2015 prices)

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    Rent a cycle

    by Britannia2 Written Sep 4, 2014

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    A good way to see the town is to hire a bike and you can do this from Spa Cycle Hire in Horsforth Avenue which is just across the road from the Spa.
    Cycle hire available from just £10.00 per day and there are many types of cycles available including tandems, children's bikes, trail bikes, road bikes, tag-alongs and doggie trailers.

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    Park and Ride

    by Britannia2 Updated Sep 4, 2014

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    Bridlington has a Park and Ride service that runs from early April to early October. Times are from 08.00 until the last bus leaves Bridlington at 18.15.
    The Park and Ride is off the A165 at Wilsthorpe roundabout (south of the town) and Sat Nav should be set to YO15 3QN.

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    Bus or donkey

    by Sjalen Written Oct 8, 2002

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    To get to Bridlington you can take a Coastliner bus from York (the ones to Scarborough sometimes go here too), Hull or Scarborough. Once in town, these little fellas wait for your children...

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