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Hinckley railway station

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Place  Hinckley
Station code  HNK
DfT category  E
Opened  1861
Local authority  Hinckley and Bosworth
Grid reference  SP427932
Managed by  East Midlands Trains
2011/12  0.280 million
Number of platforms  2
Hinckley railway station
Address  Hinckley LE10 1UE, United Kingdom
Original company  South Leicestershire Railway
Similar  Atherstone railway station, Polesworth railway station, Nuneaton railway station, Narborough railway station, Hinckley & District Museum

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Hinckley railway station serves the towns of Hinckley and Burbage in Leicestershire, England.


The station is on the CrossCountry Birmingham to Peterborough Line between Leicester and Birmingham New Street and is about 4 miles (6 km) east of Nuneaton.

The station is owned by Network Rail and managed by East Midlands Trains, who do not operate services from this station. Only CrossCountry operate trains from here.

A full range of tickets for travel is available from the station ticket office when it is open (0640—1300 hrs), or at other times from the guard on the train at no extra cost.


The station was opened in 1861 as part of the South Leicestershire Railway, which was taken over by the London and North Western Railway in 1867.


There are services to Leicester and Birmingham New Street: usually one train in each direction every hour. A few weekday peak hour trains on the service between New Street and Stansted Airport via Cambridge call at Hinckley, but most pass through without stopping.

Buses operate from outside the station around the town and also to Magna Park and Lutterworth.


Hinckley railway station Wikipedia

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