Sinnington railway station
|Original company||North Eastern Railway|
|Pre-grouping||North Eastern Railway|
|Post-grouping||London and North Eastern Railway|
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Sinnington railway station was a minor station serving the village of Sinnington in North Yorkshire, England on the former Gilling and Pickering (G&P) line opened in 1875. This line followed today's main A170 road corridor from Helmsley to Pickering.
It closed on 31 January 1953 for both passengers and freight, with the end of the York-Pickering service via Gilling and Helmsley, and the track was lifted between Pickering and Kirkbymoorside in the same year. By this time there were only 3 trains each way per day.
Public transport to Sinnington today
Sinnington is served by East Yorkshire bus no. 128 running between Kirkbymoorside and Pickering, Scarborough and Helmsley running up to hourly during the day, but with no Sunday winter service.
|Preceding station||Disused railways||Following station|
|Kirbymoorside||Gilling and Pickering (G&P) Line||Pickering|
- The Railways of Ryedale, Patrick Howat, 2004, p. 112
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