Eastrington railway station
|Local authority||East Riding of Yorkshire|
|Managed by||Northern Rail|
|Number of platforms||2|
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Eastrington railway station serves the village of Eastrington in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England. The station is 19 1⁄4 miles (31.0 km) west of Hull on the Hull-York Line. The station, and all trains serving it are operated by Northern Rail.
The station was opened 1 July 1840 by the Hull and Selby Railway. It was renamed on 1 July 1922 to "South Eastrington", as the village was also served by another station, known as "North Eastrington" on the now-disused Hull and Barnsley Railway. It was renamed back to Eastrington on 12 June 1961.
There is a very limited service from Eastrington, with three trains a day eastbound to Hull and westbound to York. There is no Sunday service.
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