Hunmanby Railway Station 2006 to 2020
In the winter of 2005/2006 Hunmanby in Bloom started work with support from the rail industry to improve the environment for passengers using the village station. 


Hunmanby Railway Station has been developed by volunteers over the last 15 years. Supported by local traders, the rail industry, local councillors and officers, the probation service (Community Payback) and our Member of Parliament.

Over the years the station has been transformed, with a mixture of planting, most of the planting at the station is sustainable planting, locally grown. Some annual planting is used for the summer planting of the tubs and hanging baskets. 

The photo above is how the station looked in February 2020, the entrance to the Scarborough platform. (Contrast this to the photographs on the 'old photographs of Hunmanby Railway Station' page)

Welcome from the Friends of Hunmanby Railway Station

Hunmanby is a lively, attractive  village, two miles from the North Sea Coast, and a gateway to the Yorkshire Wolds. It is a historic village with a Heritage Trail and Flower Trail, and for those who fancy going further afield, it  is perfectly placed for exploring the coast and the countryside.   

The Station: This is an unmanned station, but travellers can find a ticket machine and plenty of information there. The rail industry produces a very useful Onward Travel Map, showing the station in relation to the village and its facilities, available here: 

Hunmanby Railway Station Onward Travel Map 

Free leaflets, with useful maps inside,  are available from the leaflet racks at the station entrance (Scarborough Platform.) 

Hunmanby in  Bloom produce the Flower Trail leaflet, showing the village green spaces maintained by volunteers and Hunmanby Parish Council

Hunmanby History Group, produce the Heritage Trail leaflet.

There are  now 'real time' information displays in the new waiting shelters at Hunmanby station. They show if a train is on time if there is a delay. 

There is a live feed from Northern Rail to show trains due to call at Hunmanby in the next hour:

Northern Rail Live Train Information Live Link

Due to the current situation with Coronavirus (COVID 19) There are changes, many railway companies are operating a reduced rail service.

Northern Railways are now operating a key worker timetable. This is the link to services at Hunmanby. This is the link to Northern railways

Key Worker Timetable

National Rail Enquiries lists all train service alterations there is a special link to give updates and links to all train companies at  National Rail Enquiries.  

Photograph: Northern Rail Driver and Guard Maintaining Services to Hunmanby Railway Station for Key Workers

The Village: 

Hunmanby is a working village of about three thousand people and has a thriving Industrial Estate. It also has holiday accommodation to suit most tastes: self catering, traditional bed & breakfast, and more quirky and unusual places  like the converted Old Station Waiting Rooms, The Folly and Posh Pods, and at Dale Farm, on the Bartindale Road.. Though the shops and most amenities are about a 10-minute walk from the station, most of the visitor accommodation is much closer. Ideal for a short break without the car!  The village has good facilities: a popular village school, two churches, a community centre, doctor’s surgery, dentist, optician, chemist and Post Office. Village shops include the Co-op, Deli, greengrocers, butcher’s, Ellison's Hardware Store, cafes, newsagent, hair dressers and beauty parlours. There are four public houses: The White Swan and The Cottage in the village centre, The Horse Shoe Inn on Stonegate, and the Piebald (Former Railway Tavern) on Sands Lane. All offer home cooked food and a choice of real ales. In addition the Hunmanby Playing Fields Association on Sands Lane has a members club house and Wrangham House Hotel.  We hope you’ll come to see our village, and  enjoy it  as much as we do. 







Changing scene Spring 2008 and Summer 2017
  • 2008

    By 2008 flower beds had been created and a heritage turnip cutter installed. Gravel has been laid over a membrane to create a low maintenance beach landscape. Hunmanby a gateway to the Yorkshire  Coast and the Wolds


  • 2017

    Summer 2017. The entrance has changed, with mature planting and a brick Hunmanby sign created by Community Payback who work hard for several years in the village, improving the local environment




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