Bridlington railway station
(1846-present)

place and railway station

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Bridlington railway station serves the town of Bridlington in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England. It is located on the Yorkshire Coast Line and is operated by Northern who provide all passenger train services. The station buffet at Bridlington is one of only three original station buffets left in the UK, and provides the prizewinning flower display in the station.

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Bridlington Station Opened in 1846 by the York & North Midland Railway, these buildings and concourse were added in 1912 by the North Eastern Railway to the design of its architect William Bell. In 2006 the former parcels and left luggage offices were renovated and converted into a Community Arts Centre by Hull & East Yorkshire Mind, with the support from the European Regional Development Fund, Railway Heritage Trust and Yorkshire Forward.

Station Road, Bridlington, United Kingdom where it sited