First Hull Trains Class 180 departing Hull Railway Station
Season 4, Episode 354 - Hull Paragon in pictures (13/08/2013)
A Short Time At Hull Paragon Station 26/03/16
17:00 -17:45 pm trains at Hull Paragon Station
Hull Paragon Interchange is an integrated rail, bus and coach station in the city centre of Kingston upon Hull, England. The G.T. Andrews-designed station was originally named Paragon Station, and together with the adjoining Station Hotel, it opened in 1847 as the new Hull terminus for the growing traffic of the York and North Midland (Y&NMR) leased to the Hull and Selby Railway (H&S). As well as trains to the west, the station was the terminus of the Y&NMR and H&S railway's Hull to Scarborough Line. From the 1860s the station also became the terminus of the Hull and Holderness and Hull and Hornsea railways.