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Ulceby railway station

Place Ulceby
Local authority North Lincolnshire
Grid reference
Station code ULC
Managed by Northern Rail
Number of platforms 1
DfT category F2
Live arrivals/departures, station information and onward connections
from National Rail Enquiries
Annual rail passenger usage*
2004/05 7,103
2005/06 7,293
2006/07 8,826
2007/08 8,089
2008/09 7,364
2009/10 6,280
2010/11 7,746
2011/12 7,950
2012/13 9,410
2013/14 9,114
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 Ulceby from Office of Rail and Road statistics. Methodology may vary year on year.
UK Railways portal

Ulceby railway station serves the village of Ulceby, North Lincolnshire near Immingham in North East Lincolnshire, England. It was built by the Great Grimsby and Sheffield Junction Railway in 1848 and is located at Ulceby Skitter.

It is managed by Northern Rail and served by their trains on the Barton Line between Cleethorpes and Barton-on-Humber.

The station layout is somewhat unusual in that all passenger trains use a single platform, even though the station is located on a double track line. There are junctions at either end of the station, as the branch line from Habrough to Barton-on-Humber meets and then diverges from the busy freight-only line from Brocklesby to Immingham Dock. These junctions, and the adjacent level crossing are controlled from Ulceby Junction signal box at the southern end of the station. The station originally had two platforms but this was altered to a single wooden platform when the line was resignalled in the 1980s.


The station has a two-hourly service in each direction on weekdays.[1] It is operated by a Class 153 railcar.[2] The Sunday service is limited to the summer months only (May - early September) and four trips each way.


  1. ^ Northern Rail Timetable 31 Barton-on-Humber to CleethorpesNorthern Rail; Retrieved 2013-12-06
  2. ^ The Humberlinc Line; Retrieved 2013-12-06

External links

  • Train times and station information for Ulceby railway station from National Rail
Preceding station   National Rail National Rail   Following station
Northern Rail
Historical railways
Line open, station closed
Great Central Railway
Line open, station closed
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