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Healing railway station

Place Healing
Local authority North East Lincolnshire
Grid reference
Station code HLI
Managed by Northern Rail
Number of platforms 2
DfT category F2
Live arrivals/departures, station information and onward connections
from National Rail Enquiries
Annual rail passenger usage*
2004/05   8,492
2005/06 10,655
2006/07 8,473
2007/08 8,579
2008/09 8,104
2009/10 8,562
2010/11 10,204
2011/12 11,454
2012/13 11,604
2013/14 12,260
Original company Great Grimsby and Sheffield Junction Railway
Pre-grouping Great Central Railway
Post-grouping LNER
1 March 1848 opened
National RailUK railway stations
* Annual estimated passenger usage based on sales of tickets in stated financial year(s) which end or originate at Healing from Office of Rail and Road statistics. Methodology may vary year on year.
UK Railways portal

Healing railway station serves the village of Healing in North East Lincolnshire, England. The station, and all trains serving it, are operated by Northern Rail.


Monday to Saturdays there is a two hourly service eastbound to Cleethorpes and westbound to Barton-on-Humber. Since the December 2013 timetable change, one early morning train from Scunthorpe to Cleethorpes also calls here.[1] The service is operated by a Class 153 single unit railcar.

On summer Sundays there are 4 trains in each direction, but there is no service on Sundays in winter.


  1. ^ GB National Rail Timetable 2013-14, Tables 28 & 29

External links

  • Train times and station information for Healing railway station from National Rail
Preceding station   National Rail National Rail   Following station
Northern Rail
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