Hubberts Bridge railway station

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Hubberts Bridge
National Rail
Hubberts Bridge railway station in 2006.jpg
General information
LocationHubberts Bridge, Boston
Coordinates52°58′31″N 0°06′36″W / 52.97540°N 0.11010°W / 52.97540; -0.11010Coordinates: 52°58′31″N 0°06′36″W / 52.97540°N 0.11010°W / 52.97540; -0.11010
Grid referenceTF269436
Managed byEast Midlands Railway
Other information
Station codeHBB
ClassificationDfT category F2
2017/18Increase 1,412
2018/19Decrease 1,262
2019/20Decrease 1,252
2020/21Decrease 180
2021/22Increase 470
Passenger statistics from the Office of Rail and Road

Hubberts Bridge railway station serves the village of Hubberts Bridge in Lincolnshire, England. It is located on the Sleaford to Boston section of the Nottingham to Skegness line. Opened along with the line by the Boston, Sleaford and Midland Counties Railway in 1859,[1] The eastbound platform is longer than the westbound platform: it can accommodate a three-car train, whereas the westbound platform can only accommodate a two-car train.[2]

The station is now owned by Network Rail and managed by East Midlands Railway who provide all rail services.

A signal box at the West end of the station supervises a level crossing and the western end of the single track section from Boston. However, the station itself is unstaffed and offers limited facilities other than two shelters, bicycle storage, timetables and modern 'Help Points'. The full range of tickets for travel are purchased from the guard on the train at no extra cost, there are no retail facilities at this station.


All services at Hubberts Bridge are operated by East Midlands Railway.

On weekdays and Saturdays, the station is served by a limited service of two trains per day in each direction, westbound to Nottingham via Grantham and eastbound to Skegness via Boston.[3]

There is no Sunday service at the station, although a normal service operates on most Bank Holidays.

Preceding station National Rail National Rail Following station
Swineshead   East Midlands Railway


  1. ^ Body, G. (1986). PSL Field Guides - Railways of the Eastern Region Volume 1. Wellingborough: Patrick Stephens Ltd. p. 73. ISBN 0-85059-712-9.
  2. ^ Yonge, John (September 2006) [1994]. Jacobs, Gerald (ed.). Railway Track Diagrams 2: Eastern (3rd ed.). Bradford on Avon: Trackmaps. map 25C. ISBN 0-9549866-2-8.
  3. ^ Table 19 National Rail timetable, May 2022

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